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This foldable covers one solution, no solution, and infinite solutions of multi-step equations with one variable. There is a section to describe the type of solution, a section to show an example of what that type of equation looks like, and a section to show how to check your answer. I use this a

This resource includes 2 interactive pages. The first page is an introduction to systems of equations. It defines what a system of equations consists of and what a solution to a system of equations is. The second flippable is on types of solutions. It shows students why/how they may find that there

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Explore the differences in systems of equations with one solution, no solution, and infinitely many solutions.
Students are given three systems of equations to graph. They can see visually how the different solutions appear. Then, they solve each one mathematically with substitution or eliminat

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Also included in: Systems of Equations Bundle of Activities, Common Core

This foldable reviews the types of solutions students may encounter when solving multi--step equations. Each flap describes and shows an example of each scenario: one solution, no solution and infinitely many solutions. This is a great addition to an interactive notebook or a nice way to review pr

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This file contains a card sorting activity. The students solve equations to sort them, based on one solution, no solution, and infinitely many solutions. There are a total of 15 problems.
There are two types of mats included.
The first mat includes all types. Print on colored paper and laminate fo

Are your students learning how to solve equations and identify special solution types? This card sort activity helps them practice identifying equations that have one solution, no solution, or infinite solutions.
Two different sizes for this activity are included!
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Increase student understanding and vocabulary development with this visual Toolbox Builder!
This graphic organizer foldable is designed as an algebra activity to focus on the types of solutions possible when solving systems of linear equations. The foldable includes vocabulary, solution set notatio

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Objective: Define solubility. Name and define 3 types of solutions.
1. Students create a 3D pyramid on solubility and concentrations. These include unsaturated solutions, saturated solutions, and supersaturated solutions.
2. Students fill in a recipe for rock candy using new vocabulary words.

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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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~Essential Skills Lesson #26~ Organize sets of easy-to-understand guided reading, engaging example problems with step-by-step solutions, and practice multiple choice and short answer questions related to:
Types of Solutions; Saturated, Supersaturated, Unsaturated, Dilute and Concentrated Solutions.

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Students will practice solving equations and then group them based on the three types of solutions - one solution, no solutions, and infinitely many solutions. Students will adore the colorful equations, and stay focused longer as they compete with other groups/students to sort their equations. Good

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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 set of two trigonometry mazes to practice proving and disproving trigonometric identities using the fundamental trigonometric identities (Pythagorean, reciprocal, quotient identities).
Students are given 24 statements. They will need to determine whether some of these statements are tr

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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

Calculus / Derivatives / Differentiating implicitlyThis resource contains a total of 16 problems. Students will practice taking the first derivatives of y(x) for each of given implicit functions by implicit differentiation. The packet has 2 worksheets each containing 8 various examples including pol

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This is another version of an Electrolyte Lab that allows students to categorize various solutions as strong electrolytes, weak electrolytes, or nonelectrolytes. This also included guided hypothesis writing and additional conclusion questions.

Foldable great for ISNs with space for multiple examples of these types of solutions:
No solution, One solution, Infinite solutions

This product contains 50 trigonometric expressions with their detailed typed solutions. The problems are separated into five groups/quizzes. EACH GROUP of expressions REQUIRES APPLYING OF SPECIFIED IDENTITIES to be simplified as follows:
• The fundamental Pythagorean identity
• Quotient identitie

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These tests can be used in Algebra 2 and Regular Pre-Calculus class.
The product assesses students on properties of logarithms and solving logarithmic equations. There are included common and natural logarithms. All of the equations can be reduced to a linear or quadratic form. Extraneous solution

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This simple laboratory experiment introduces students to the various types of solutions by having them prepare small samples of each type and observing their properties. This experiment can be performed in any Chemistry class, regardless of the students' ability level.

~Essential Skills Worksheet 24~ Organize sets of work with questions related to:
Properties of Aqueous Solutions, Solutes, Solvents, Molecule-Ion Interaction in Solutions
With this worksheet you can test, assess and strengthen your chemistry students’
knowledge and abilities in many, if not all

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Calculus / Derivatives / Chain Rule
This activity practices finding 16 derivatives using the chain rule. Composite functions include polynomials, rational fractions, radicals, trig and inverse trig expressions, exponential expressions and natural logarithmic functions.
Students have to solve 8 co

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Calculus Differentiation - Derivatives of Trig FunctionsThis resource contains total of 20 problems. Students will practice differentiation of common and composite trig functions.The packet has 2 worksheets: ⟐ The first worksheet has the students finding the first derivatives of 10 trig functions

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Memory is predominantly visual. That is why this interactive notebook activity is perfect! It gives students a visual for the three types of solutions to systems of equations.
Included is a triangle for solving 2 linear systems as well as solving a linear system with a quadratic system. A completed

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