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This foldable is divided into the three methods for solving systems of equations through: - Graphing - Substitution - Elimination This is a nice way to wrap up the unit. Students are able to see the process for solving using each of the methods. There is one (fairly simple) example under each ta
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This foldable is organized into 3 tabs: *One Solution *No Solution *Infinitely Many Solutions Under each tab, students will work out two problems. The first will ask students to transform the equations into slope-intercept form and graph them on the coordinate plan provided. The second question
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Systems of equations is an algebra topic that lends itself to the "chalk, talk, and example problem" method of teaching. Take a break from the norm with this foldable graphic organizer. This product differentiates between the various types of "special" systems of equations (contrasting independen
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This documents contains three foldable booklets with tabs for Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing, Elimination, and Substitution. The booklets are created without staples or glue, but by cutting and folding alone. Your students will be amazed at how the booklets stay together without staples
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This foldable notes page is designed with interactive notebook in mind. It introduces the process of solving systems of equations by graphing them. This resource includes: -1 foldable graphic organizer *** Also included in the Systems of Equations Resource Bundle *** Supports CCSS 8.EE.C.8 You
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This foldable organizes the process and 4 examples for solving linear and quadratic equations using substitution and graphing. An answer key is included! You may also be interested in some of my foldable bundles: The Ultimate 7th GRADE MATH Foldable & Activity BundleThe Ultimate PRE-ALGEBRA F
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This is a foldable (graphic organizer) for solving systems of equations by graphing for interactive notebooks. The inside contains sections for one solution, no solution, and infinite solutions. Each section contains problems in standard and slope-intercept form that students graph on large graphs
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This foldable contains the three methods for solving a system of equations (graphing, substitution, and elimination). Steps and two examples are included for each type. Answer key is attached. Enjoy!
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Looking for a quick reference for students to use in their math interactive notebook? This foldable graphic organizer walks students through an example of solving a system of equations using substitution to provide them a clear example when learning about it, and a good reference to use during pract
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Compare when to use graphing, substitution, and elimination to solve systems of equations with this foldable. These print two-per-page and are the perfect size for interactive notebooks. This product pairs perfectly with Solving Systems of Equations Coloring Activity! Or check out this money-sav
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This is a double sided PDF foldable that shows (in detail) the 3 ways to solve Systems of Equations: Substitution, Elimination and Graphing. This makes a great interactive notebook foldable but serves as a graphic organizer/study guide as well. BONUS: This purchase contains (3) FREE gifts as my
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This foldable reviews the three different kinds of solutions that one can get from a system of two equations. (one solution, no solution, infinitely many solutions) Students are to solve each system graphically on the left flaps to see what the linear functions look like if there is one solution
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This packet includes a foldable explaining solving systems using substitution, elimination, and graphing. It also includes practice worksheets for each of the methods and keys for all work. Please take a look at the preview to ensure this activity will be a success in your classroom! For a package
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This foldable is designed for a math interactive notebook.It guides the students though the following scenarios:Front of tabs: 2 possible ways to use elimination by multiplying one equation or both equations (possible suggestions listed in answer key)Each tab contains a system that needs multiplyin
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This foldable covers the three types of solutions to a linear system of equations. Each of the three flaps includes an example of what a system with that type of solution would look like, how the slopes and y-intercepts are related to produce the given number of solutions, and an example asking stud
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This foldable is designed for math interactive notebooks, but can also be used as a notes booklet!This booklet shows students that any method can be used to find the same solution. The front of the booklet allows students to make note of when certain strategies appear to work best depending on the
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This foldable was created for my 8th grade Pre-Algebra classes. We only covered the graphing and substitution methods and this foldable allowed us to review the steps and examples in a concise format for their notebooks.
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Systems of Equations - Graphing Identification This foldable introduces systems of equations by identification. Students will locate the solution to equations that are already graphed. Real world application problem included in the foldable! Great for interactive notebooks, notes, graphic organize
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This is a foldable summarizing Solving Systems of Linear Equations. Methods covered in the foldable include: solving by graphing, substitution, and elimination with and without multiplication (2 examples). The student is given four systems examples on a separate page. They are to decide how to s
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A fun foldable to review or teach solving systems of equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination/combination. The foldable introduces vocabulary and includes two example of each method. The foldable does include one solution, no solution, and infinitely many solutions.
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Graphing organizer for reviewing the three methods of solving a system of equations (graphing, substitution, and elimination). Great for a review day or for including in an interactive notebook. Fully editable word document if you want to change anything,
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Using Systems of Equations to solve a variety of word problem. The notes page provides two common types of problems with plenty of area to define the variables, write the system of equations, solve the equations and write the answer in a complete sentence. The practice page provides four additional
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The foldable consists of three lengthy problems on graphing systems of equations. The student must recognize m and b, graph both lines, and find the crossing point. Then, they must plug the solution back in to the original equations to ensure they are correct. This can be used as guided practice, p
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This foldable is a great review for solving systems of equations by elimination, substitution, and graphing. It includes systems with one solution, no solution, and infinitely many solutions. This activity serves as a great review for students because the problems require a variety of algebraic ski
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