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This printable is a graphic organizer for students to organize the steps for both the substitution and elimination methods for solving systems of equations. Students can glue this graphic organizer into their notes.

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Solving Systems of Equations using the Substitution and Elimination Methods – Problem Trail contains 20 problems. Half of the problems are designed to be solved using the substitution method and the other half the elimination method.

Solving Systems of Equations using the Elimination Method Coloring Activity: Students will practice the ELIMINATION METHOD for SOLVING SYSTEMS of EQUATIONS in this coloring activity resource. There are 14 systems of equations problems which become progressively more challenging with some requiring

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Coloring Activities MEGA Bundle

Students will be solving 10 problems involving systems of equations in order to determine the location and time of the bank robbers. Students can solve the problems by any method: graphing, elimination, or substitution. Each answer will be plotted on the graph to determine if the point falls onto

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Whether you need more resources (such as problems with numbers reasonable enough that students can ditch the calculator) or just a different way to approach some of the unit's difficult topics (such an elimination flow chart that helps students identify what variable to eliminate and how) give thes

Use this triples matching activity for students to review solving systems of equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination. There are a total of 4 equivalent systems of linear equations so students will need to solve a total of 12 problems.
There are two recommended ways to use this activi

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This activity has 2 scavenger hunts. One focuses on solving systems of equations by substitution while the other focuses on solving systems of equations by elimination. This is a bundle of two separate products sold in my store.
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These guided notes will start your students with basic problems using the elimination method of solving and guide them through multiplying in order to eliminate a variable. There are 2 basic, 2 moderate, and 1 challenging problem in the notes. I have also include several wrap up questions at the end

Flowcharts to help students solve, step-by-step, systems of equations via elimination method and substitution method (one per side)

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This resource is an excellent conclusion to a unit on solving systems of equations by the three methods of graphing, substitution, and elimination. These notes help the students realize that all three methods yield the same final answer. The notes also include a fill-in-the-blank summary of the step

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Students will solve a system of linear equations by using the graphing method, the substitution method and the elimination method.

Partner Power activities are nice because each student solves a different set of problems and must do his/her own work, but when the partners compare answers they should be the same. This helps students build confidence as they verify correct solutions, identify errors, and correct their work. Discu

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Students will practice solving systems of equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination methods. Partner A will solve the first system by graphing while Partner B solves the same system by substitution and Partner C solves the same system by elimination. They record each other's answers. If

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This video covers, the Algebraic method of linear equation, Elimination method, other linear equation & also its addition & subtraction is explained.
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System of Equations: Substitution and Elimination Organizer, Notes, and Homework
TWO Complete LESSONS!
***Substitution***This graphic organizer breaks down the sequential steps of solving the systems of equations using the Substitution method. What makes this organizer stands out is the fill in a

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SOLVING A SYSTEM OF LINEAR EQUATIONS BY SUBSTITUTION
The graphing method for solving a system of linear equations only works well when the ordered pair solution are only integers. Therefore, we need an algebraic method for solving systems of equations. There are two algebraic methods that we can use

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Students will practice solving systems by graphing, substitution, and elimination. They will look for patterns to determine which method is the most convenient and/or accurate to use for a specific problem.
After teaching all three methods of solving linear systems, I encourage my students to choos

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Included are 10 different questions that will have students solve a system of linear equations by using all three methods (substitution, elimination and graphing) on the same page.
This is a great way to introduce or review the concepts of all three methods, and also to verify that you get the sa

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This bundle pack includes scaffolded notes on solving simultaneous equations using the graphing method, substitution method, and elimination method. Each method also has a page of practice problems. At the end, there is a practice page of mixed problems. Please check out my store (follow!) and thank

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This is a practice activity that pulls together the 3 methods for solving a system of linear equations (graphing, substitution and elimination). Worked out solutions included. Could be used as an in class activity, a mini assessment or homework.

This lesson includes a Warm Up (an real-world application problem that requires students to use the Substitution Method). This lesson also includes three individual Model Problems. Each Model Problem is followed by its own "Try These" example that students can complete independently in order to sol

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The purpose of this activity is to have students discuss which method is best used when approaching systems of equations algebraically. There is an activity sheet for the students for their work and a teacher page with the guiding questions.
The students should be able to discuss and reason with t

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This PowerPoint begins by reviewing solving systems with substitution. It has an animated snowplow driver who makes fun of a man with a shovel for wasting his time using substitution when elimination is so much easier. (This addresses the students' complaints about learning a method they think is

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