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This mini foldable, gives students examples of parallel and perpendicular lines on the coordinate plane. Students will be asked to write the equations of the lines, in slope-intercept form, to show the relationship between the slopes of each of the types of lines. This is a great item to add to yo
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This activity covers parallel and perpendicular lines on the coordinate plane. Questions range from finding the equations of graphs to determine if lines lines are parallel, perpendicular or neither to finding an error in a hypothetical student's work. There are 30 questions over 10 task cards in th
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Matching Parallel and Perpendicular Equations Practice 24 equations sets of parallel and perpendicular lines * Print each equation type on different colored paper * Place magnets on the back of cards * Place the original equations on the board. * Give each student a parallel and a perpendicular eq
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Problem trails are a great way to get kids out of their seats and moving around the room while learning! This problem trail for algebra students focuses on writing equations in slope-intercept form to represent parallel and perpendicular lines. Students will be given either a point that the line w
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Included: *Foldable for notes (identifying parallel and perpendicular lines; finding the equation of a line parallel or perpendicular to the given line and containing a given point) Answer key included Foldable only *Slope Matchmaking Activity (Students move around the room to find a student who has
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Use slope to determine parallel and perpendicular lines while playing a fun active game! Most equations are in slope-intercept form. Students will answer questions and "travel" the country to determine the correct answers. This product contains 13 questions/countries. You use this resource as a
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When students discover a principle for themselves, they retain it much better. In this activity, students will graph 6 sets of 2 equations, look for similarities in the graphs and relate that to the similarities they observe in the equations. Through this, they will discover that parallel lines have
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This is great resource for practicing or reviewing how to write and graph equations of parallel and perpendicular lines in slope-intercept form. Additionally, students will practice how to convert from standard form to slope-intercept form! This activity includes 9 task cards that can be handed ou
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Writing Equations of Parallel & Perpendicular Lines:Students will solve 10 problems in which they must identify and/or write equations of parallel and perpendicular lines. They will then use their answers to solve the math joke. My students loved this activity as it's a fun twist on this concept
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This is a set of 12 task cards for students to determine whether the equations are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. The answer key is directly on the back. There are 5 parallels, 5 perpendiculars, and 2 neithers. Students will need to be able to read equations in slope-intercept and standar
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PARALLEL or PERPENDICULAR or NEITHER EQUATIONS OF LINES Students will be challenged to find the slopes of two lines given in slope-intercept, standard or ‘free’ form and decide if the lines are parallel, perpendicular or neither. Task cards are a great resource to engage your students with concep
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Set of 60 total task cards / matching cards. These cards have been designed to be used to review a unit on writing equations of parallel and perpendicular lines. Students are given a point and an equation the line must be parallel or perpendicular to. They will match this card to the equation i
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10 stations for parallel and perpendicular lines3 stations - Find the equation given one point and a equation parallel to the line3 stations - Find the equation given one point and a equation perpendicular to the line2 stations - Identify if the 2 equations are parallel, perpendicular or neither2 st
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Excellent 3.5 double sided worksheets which includes the quiz for Parallel & Perpendicular lines in slope intercept form. Students are given an equation and a coordinate and have to find the new equation of the line that is either parallel or perpendicular which includes the given coordinate.
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This is a review game I play with my classes during our Linear Equations Unit - they love the fierce competition and the speed of the game. The PowerPoint is 12 slides, each slide with a system of equations. Students are challenged to determine if the lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neithre
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This is an ideal review activity for students who have studied equations of lines, slopes, parallel lines, perpendicular lines and finding the slope between two points. It is a game that is flexible enough to be played for 10-45 minutes and for groups of 3 or more students. In this game students
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This is a two page review of using Parallel and Perpendicular lines. It can be used as a station review or as a homework assignment. This review practices manipulating equations from standard form to slope intercept form and then using these properties to write new equations.
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This product contains 8 sets of 3 cards. There are 8 graphs that show parallel or perpendicular lines. Each graph has 2 equation cards in point slope form. Have students match lines and graphs for a station activity or as a quick activity during class time. Print cards onto yardstick or laminate for
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This document contains 10 problems challenging students to write equations of parallel and perpendicular lines. It is a self checking activity, as students move from one problem to the next. Post these problems around the classroom, shuffling the order. Students may pick any problem to begin. Once
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This activity consists of 8 centers. Each center consists of 6 problems related to writing equations of lines in slope-intercept form. 1. Find the slope, 2. Write the equation given slope and y-intercept, 3. Write the equation given the slope and a point, 4. Write the equation given two points, 5. W
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5 different 12 card sorts for determining if lines are Parallel, Perpendicular or Neither. Students first find the slopes of 2 lines then to determine if the lines are parallel, perpendicular or neither. 1 set uses points 1 set uses graphs of lines 1 set uses linear equations in slope intercep
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Partner Pairs: 2 Separate Activities: Write Equations of Parallel Lines, Write Equations of Perpendicular Lines and 9 Exit Tickets Each partner completes a column of 10 problems. They compare answers as they go. If the answers are not the same, they find the error and help each other finish the
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16 Posters ~ Walls That Teach for Linear Equations Designed to print on 8.5 by 11 in paper. You can print them 4 to a page to make flash cards for students or pictures to include in interactive student notebooks. Topics included: -Graphing Lines -Slope -Parallel Lines -Perpendicular Lines -
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Use this sort as a great way for students to demonstrate their understanding of parallel and perpendicular lines. There are 15 cards of two equations each that students will classify as parallel, perpendicular, or neither. Equations are written in both slope-intercept and standard form! You might
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