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ORDERED PAIRS AND SOLUTIONS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS QUIZ (3 VERSIONS)
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Ordered Pairs and Solutions of Linear Equations Quiz (Three Versions)
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Go paperless with this 1-1 digital card sorting activity for Google Drive.
In this Google Slides digital activity students work on computers or devices to sort linear equation cards into groups by number of solutions using moveable interactive pieces.
Students will need to determine whether an e

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This is a task on the concept of Solutions to Linear Equations in One Variable: Always, Sometimes, Never.
This is a 4 page team task. In this task students will take turns as "Team Mathematician". Students will determine the type of solution to linear equations in one variable and if the solution

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This worksheet has students check to see if a given set of coordinates is a solution to the equation given. If it is a solution, they shade the box. If it's not, then they draw an X through the box.

There are 18 one-variable linear equations (variables on both sides, distributive property), solutions, and types of solutions for students to match. I have also included a suggested mini-lesson with discussion questions and notes for after students have completed the activity.

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This is a foldable to be used with an interactive notebook or a study guide to be used for review. It helps students identify the three types of solutions to a linear equation as one, no or infinite solutions.

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This is a guided, color-coded notebook page for the interactive math notebook on the solutions of linear equations.
Blackline master and color-coded answer key included.
** My Interactive Note Pages include all or some of the following: step by step color-coded notes, diagrams, graphic organizers

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Fish or the Frog is a quick "game" I made up and my students love it. My favorite way to play is to project each question on the board and have students answer on a whiteboard. When they have their answers they get up and act out a fish (pretend to swim) or a frog (hop up and down). Great brain brea

These Equations as Relations Notes help students to truly understand what it means to be a solution of a linear equation by having them explore them both algebraically and graphically. Special emphasis is placed on the idea that 'infinitely many solutions' does not mean the same thing as 'all solut

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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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Students identify whether each linear equation has: one solution, infinite solutions, or no solutions. Beginning at 'start' they complete each one, they shade in or draw a continuous line through all the boxes with no solutions until they get to the 'end'.

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Find the ordered pair that goes with the linear equation on the start domino, and that tells you the next domino to slide in line. Now you have a new linear equation to solve! The dominoes are in order on the document, so make sure to mix them up when you pass them out! Takes about 15 minutes.

Students practice solving equations where distributive property is needed.What is covered:- Students review ideas behind distributive property and what "no solution" means- Students practice using and identifying distributive property from equations- Students practice solving equations where distrib

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Also included in: Writing and Solving Linear Equations Bundle

Students will determine which given point is a solution to the equation. Once they find their answer they shade the path to the finish line. Answer key included!

Shows the meaning of "solution" with definition and examples. Also asks a question for discussion. Can be a handout.

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This PowerPoint takes students through the process of evaluating possible solutions to linear equations. There are two different examples, each are color-coded to help students identify the x and y in each equation. There are two methods to solving each equation, evaluating a point and graphing.

This is a whole years worth of interactive notebook material that is very organized and engaging. CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW TO SEE HOW AMAZING THIS NOTEBOOK IS!
The notebook has 5 units (6 including notebook starter). The units include:
Unit 0 - Notebook Starter
Unit 1 - The Number System
Unit 2 - Ex

Also included in: Math Interactive Notebook Bundle

The assignment is to cut out and match each equation to its alternate description such as a table, graph, description, or word problem. The descriptions include slopes, intercepts, points, etc. so that students can demonstrate their understanding that a line in algebra is a set of solutions to an eq

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This is my 8th grade math bundle. Everything included in this bundle is my 8th grade resources in my store. This includes my 8th grade math interactive notebook, warmups, activities, exit slips, foldables, practice worksheets, vocabulary coloring worksheets, homework, and assessments (pre-tests, p

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GRAPHING & WRITING LINEAR EQUATIONS + SLOPE BUNDLE - Task Cards, Graphic Organizers, Homework Practice Worksheets, Maze, Riddle, Coloring Activity
This BUNDLE includes 40 task cards, 10 problem solving graphic organizers, 4 homework practice worksheets, 1 maze, 1 riddle, 1 coloring activity (ov

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Writing Linear Equations for Word Problems Related to Teens!
Do you want your middle school students engaged in "writing linear equations" for "word problems they really care about? Do you want an activity that is ready to go in which your students will be highly engaged?

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GRAPHING & WRITING LINEAR EQUATIONS WORD PROBLEMS with Graphic Organizer
Get your students successfully GRAPHING & WRITING LINEAR EQUATIONS with these PROBLEM SOLVING GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS.
Benefits of Problem Solving Graphic Organizers:
Problems solving graphic organizers help students or

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Also included in: 8th Grade Math WORD PROBLEMS Graphic Organizer Common Core BUNDLE

Linear Equations Performance Task
In this performance task, students take on the role as a member of the student activities committee with the task to plan the 8th grade dinner-dance. This task utilizes the concept of writing linear equations in slope-intercept form given the slope and y-intercept

Also included in: Linear Equations Activities Bundle

These task cards are a great way for students to practice solving systems of linear equations. Included are 36 color-coded task cards covering all three methods of solving systems of linear equations. Recording sheets and answer keys are also included. All sets of cards include answers with no so

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