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#distancelearning This 12- question digital assignment provides students with self-grading practice solving equations and determining if they have one solution, infinitely many solutions, or no solution. Questions 1-10 are basic skills practice, and questions 11-12 have student choose numbers that
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WHAT’S INCLUDED: •PowerPoint presentation lesson: 16 slides This lesson covers solving linear equations in one variable that have no solution or infinitely many solutions. The presentation includes a pre-requisite knowledge warm-up, a description of how to identify how many solutions an equation
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This product REQUIRES you to have a FREE Google account. This product is MADE FOR GOOGLE SLIDES. THIS PRODUCT COVERS:* IDENTIFYING and SOLVING equations that have one solution, infinitely many and no solution. *This product includes:DRAG and DROP ActivityAnswer Key  YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN:*OTHER
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This PAPER VERSION of One, Infinitely Many or No Solution (Cut and Paste Activity)*This product includes:B&W - CUT and PASTE Activity COLORFUL - CUT and PASTE Activity B&W - WorkspaceCOLORFUL - WorkspaceTHERE WILL BE A BUNDLED VERSION COMING SOON!CHECK OUT:*DIGITAL VERSION of One, Infinitely
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This is a 10 question worksheet for students to practice solving equations with one, no, or infinitely many solutions. Please check out the preview file.
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Algebra 1 Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to write and solv
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A no print, no-prep resource to give your students practice identifying if equations have no solution, one solution, and infinitely many solutions. Students solve each of the 21 included equations and drag them to the correct category. No computers? No problem! Also included is a matching printable
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There is a list of equations in which students need to categorize whether the equations have one solution, no solution or infinite solutions. There are many ways this could be used:I used it as a cut and paste activity where students worked together to put into the correct category. It was an easy c
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Eight equations are presented graphically and algebraically. Students are challenged to decide which systems of linear equations can be solved by substitution, elimination, and/or graphically. After indicating which method(s) will produce the solutions, students first indicate the solutions that c
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Includes all resources for : 8.1 Day 1, 8.1 Day 2, and 8.1 Day 3 - Determine if ordered pair is a solution to a system of equations - Solve system of equations by graphing - Classify system based on number of solutions - Using graphing calculator to solve system of equations - Homework assignment w
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- Substitution Method to solve Systems of Equations - Classify systems: consistent and independent, consistent and dependent, inconsistent - Addition (Elimination) Method to solve Systems of Equations - No solution or infinitely many solutions to a system of equations? - Homework assignment with ans
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- Substitution Method to solve Systems of Equations - Classify systems: consistent and independent, consistent and dependent, inconsistent - Addition (Elimination) Method to solve Systems of Equations - No solution or infinitely many solutions to a system of equations? - Homework assignment with ans
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- Substitution Method to solve Systems of Equations - Classify systems: consistent and independent, consistent and dependent, inconsistent - Addition (Elimination) Method to solve Systems of Equations - No solution or infinitely many solutions to a system of equations? - Homework assignment with ans
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- Substitution Method to solve Systems of Equations - Classify systems: consistent and independent, consistent and dependent, inconsistent - Addition (Elimination) Method to solve Systems of Equations - No solution or infinitely many solutions to a system of equations? - Homework assignment with ans
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This NO PREP packet for all ages (including non-readers) includes open ended and sound specific pages made especially for your fall themed articulation therapy. It's my solution for articulation groups! Just print and use! Download the preview for a closer look and to read about HOW to use this pac
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Dot art is fun for all ages and a great way to immediately reinforce correct sound productions and it's my solution for group articulation therapy. Plus, it doubles nicely as speech homework! This one is particularly fun at Christmastime or anytime you're reading the classic book. This 30 page downl
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This bundle is comprised of Algebra 1 Topics. Every presentation is editable. Every download includes a PowerPoint and Keynote File. All slides are animated and show every step of the problem. All slides shown in the preview of the file. Perfect for DISTANCE LEARNING. Just share your screen with you
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This language based book companion is the prefect compliment to the book Turkey Trick Or Treat by Wendi Silvano. Using this companion pack you can easily address 11 different language skills, such as tier 1 and 2 vocabulary, sequencing, comprehension, and many more! With the purchase of this compani
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This activity is designed for students to gain practice and understanding identifying the type of answer that a system of linear equations will have (one solution, no solution, infinitely many). There are two different ways you can do this activity - both ways are included with answer keys. Perfec
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7th Grade Math Warm-Up Program About:This set of warm-up questions includes 140 day’s worth of bell-ringer/catalyst/do-now/warm-up questions for 7th grade students. Two versions are included; one version is in power-point form, and can be projected onto a white board, smart board or promethean board
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Algebra 1 Solving Systems of Linear Equation by Graphing in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to write and solv
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Algebra 1 Quiz Game Show Solving Systems of Linear Equations in a PowerPoint PresentationThis Quiz Show game, Jeopardy Style, is a great way to review a chapter. There are 25 questions and a scoreboard so you don’t have to write the score on a side board. Each page has the point value!This Quiz Sh
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A fun activity for students to practice working with no, one, and infinitely many solutions. Students use their critical thinking skills to analyze questions for accuracy and determine errors. *This is a printable version of my Digital Truths and Lies of the same name. Students are given a mat and
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**PRE-MADE SIGNS IN PREVIEW**This is a strategy that I learned about in a PD meeting. I used it in my classroom and realized a few things immediately:--> It takes a lot of time to make (which is why I've now made it for you :-)--> It's very effectiveThe traditional 4 corners game goes like thi
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