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This lesson allows an inquiry-based approach for students accessing systems with 1 solution, no solutions, and an infinite amount of solutions. The students must sort the equations into the appropriate column to practice, then graph 3 of the systems. Students must be able to graph systems prior to t
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PowerPoint presentation of word problems that result in either one, no, or infinite solutions. Students will write the equation from the word problem then solve for x. After each slide is a slide with the equation, the solution to the equation, and whether it was a one, no, or infinite solution. The
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Description: This is a set of 13 PowerPoint Slides that contains equations with variables on both sides of the equal sign. Students are to choose whether the equation will result in one, no, or infinite solutions based on coefficients and/or constants. If it is a one solution equation the next slide
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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 eas
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Notes you can color! Designed to fit in a composition notebook.
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This is a 3 tab foldable to be used as notes for teaching multi-step equations with one, none, and infinite solutions. When folded, the front cover gives a description of what each answer looks like. The inside contains a problem for your direct instruction and an example problem for the students
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Click Preview to view the entire lesson for FREE! By the end of this lesson student's will be able to: 1) Identify equations with no solution, one solution or infinite solutions. 2) Solve linear equations with different types of solutions. Agenda includes a do now, vocabulary organizer, guided p
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This activity is designed as a culminating activity to end a unit on systems of linear equations. The activity makes the thinking of students visible to the teacher and other viewers. This activity can replace the common review guide as it provides a way for students to demonstrate their understan
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Students (if all have access to devices) or teacher/whole group will sort digital "cards" into three categories: equations with one solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions.
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Doodle Notes for the following topics: One Step Equations Two Step Equations Equations with Variables on Both Sides Multi Step Equations One, No, and Infinite Solutions Problems Literal Equations Absolute Value Equations
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Bundle of Doodle Notes with the following pages: Solving systems by graphing Solving systems by substitution Solving systems by elimination One, no, and infinite solution systems Solving linear equations by using a system
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Sorting systems of equations into one, no, and infinite solution categories. A claims, evidence, and reasoning piece included as well.
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This set includes 8 word wall card over solving systems of equations. Included -Graph of system with one solution -Graph of system with no solution -Graph of system with many solutions -Example of how each (one, no, infinite solutions) looks when solved. -Substitution -Elimination I recommend pri
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Sorting one, no, and infinite solutions problems. A claims, evidence, and reasoning piece included as well.
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Students complete this one student page, high interest activity by placing the digits 0-9 into the boxes in the equations so that the solution would be "no solution." Critical thinking is necessary for students to realize what digit must go in each box so that the equation will have no solution. S
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Bundle of half sheet exit tickets on the following topics: One Step Equations Two Step Equations Multi Step Equations Solving for Y Equations One, No, Infinite Solution Equations
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Algebra that Functions Solving Multi-step Equations with Infinite Solutions, No Solutions, and Integer Solutions Practice My Equations with Multi Steps with no solutions, infinite solutions, and integer solutions Practice product has a total of 50 equations with no prep required by you! These
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Break up infinitely many solutions, one solution and no solutions in a triangle notes activity. The notes give a small definition, an example, symbol if applicable and what occurs with the variables. These notes can fit into an interactive notebook and fit nicely in a folder to take out a practice a
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Also included in: 6th, 7th and 8th Grade Interactive Notes Activities

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Directions: There are several different ways you can use this activity in your classroom. The purpose of this activity is to keep students engaged and have a bit of fun as a class. The sentences students create will be silly. Before students begin working, have them fold the dotted line, and fill
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Students can work independently or in groups to determine (by inspection) if the given equations have one solution, infinite solutions, or no solution. Once students have made their determinations, they can cut out the equations and glue them under the correct headings.
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This engaging activity is great for reviewing how to solve equations with one solution, no solution and infinite solutions. Students will solve one problem on their own before circulating around the room. Students will then find eight other students to solve the problems. After completing a problem
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Have students show their knowledge of linear equations with one solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions by using this exciting coloring sheet! There are a total of 18 problems on the worksheet. It's perfect for independent practice or a fun homework assignment. You could have students
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There are nine different problems to post around the room as stations where three are examples of "No Solution," three are examples of "One Solution," and three are examples of "Infinite Solutions". Student work to solve each equation to determine the category in which they each fall.
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This activity assesses students' abilities to solve multi-step equations. Some equations require multiple steps, combining like terms, and the distributive property. Equations may have one solution, no solution, or infinite solutions. The maze is meant to be a way for students to check their work.
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