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Students practice finding x- and y- intercepts while doing a fun scavenger hunt. Instead of just sitting at their seats doing a worksheet, they can be up moving around the room! This self-checking activity contains ten problems.
Post the pages around your room in a random order. The students may s

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These task cards meet common core state standard CCSS Math Content F-IF.7a Graph linear functions and show intercepts.
These task cards can be used to determine the x and y intercepts from lines in standard form and also to use the intercepts to graph the lines. The task cards come as two sets wi

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Set of 48 total task cards / matching cards. These cards have been designed to be used to review a unit on calculating x- and y-intercepts and using them to graph linear equations.
This allows students to calculate the x- and y-intercepts when given an equation in standard form. Then students w

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Flash cards are one of the most effective ways to make sure students aren't "hiding" in your class. Here are 16 cards (eight per page) on finding the x and y intercepts from a graph or from the standard form equation of the line. Both answers are given separately on the back.
The backs are spaced

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This is an interactive page on finding x and y intercepts. X and y intercepts are introduced/explained, then students will follow directions to find x and y intercepts.
Note: This page is part of a money saving bundle of Linear Equations Interactive Notebook Pages found here: Linear Equations Inter

This is worksheet that provides several real-world examples that help your students discuss the meaning behind intercepts. It also helps them consider how changing intercepts affects the graph of a line and how it affects the situation behind the graph.
This was a new activity I tried this year wi

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This is a great, quick walk-through for finding and graphing from intercepts.
There are 5 problems. Each problem has 4 slides with ANIMATION....each little step comes up AS YOU CLICK:
1) the problem
2) the steps to finding the intercepts
3) the two points side by side for comparison
4) the grap

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Graphing Linear Equations using slope and x- and y-intercepts
My product Graphing Linear Equations using Slope and x- and y-intercepts Practice/Review has 25 problems with no prep required by you! These problems are perfect for giving your students the practice they need t

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The topic of this Scavenger Hunt is Finding X and Y Intercepts of Linear Equations
A scavenger hunt is a more engaging and mobile alternative to just giving the students a worksheet.
This scavenger hunt can also be purchased as part of a bundle of 10 Graphing Linear Functions Scavenger Hunts for o

This matching activity is designed to be practice for students in finding the x- and y-intercepts of a graph and from an equation. Students will have to use critical thinking skills in order to match the three sets. Finding intercepts is a difficult task for students to attain. This practice will

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This is a collection of two double-sided pages over Finding x- and y-intercepts.The first double-sided page contains guided notes that can be used to cover all of the situations where a student could be asked to identify the intercepts: from a table, from a graph and from an equation. Finally, the s

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Slope, Graphing Linear Equations, & X- and Y- Intercepts Quiz
• 12 Questions
• Answer Key Included
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Topic Break Down:
1. Find the x- and y- interce

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This worksheet packet was designed to be used after lecture for extra practice. Charts and rectangular (Cartesian) coordinate grids are provided to aid in plotting the ordered pairs on the graph. Three methods for graphing lines are included:• Point Plotting• X- and Y-Intercepts• Slope-InterceptSolu

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These scaffolded guided notes begin with an introduction to x- and y-intercepts in terms of definition and how to find it. Then the notes go through an example where students can graph the intercepts after they find them. I have four problems that they can do with a partner or in small groups.
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Students work together in a self discovery to figure out how to find the X and Y intercepts of a line just by using the linear equation. Students may ask for the provided hint cards if they are having difficulty. However, hint cards lower the group's grade. 2 pages

This is a coloring activity for a set of 10 problems on finding the x and y- intercepts of an equation.
a) Easy version has all equations written in standard form.
b) Harder version has one written in standard form.
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This is a fun activity where students can graph linear equations using different colors for each line. The equations are in slope intercept form. Student just need to find the slope and x- and y- intercepts, then graph. This helps student get more comfortable with graphing.
Take a Look! Graphing LE

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X and Y Intercepts!
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SWBAT identify x- and y-intercepts on a line and use intercepts to graph a line.
SWBAT solve for x- and y-intercepts using an equation.
This packet includes a Do Now, Class notes, Guided Practice examples, Independent Practice, Exit Slip, AND Homework.
This is your

This foldable provides students with an introduction to what x- and y-intercepts are, as well as 6 example problems that cover finding x- and y-intercepts from graphs, tables, and linear equations. This foldable is perfect for a standalone lesson but also makes a great review or homework assignment!

Halloween activity for math class! In this Halloween-themed activity, students practice identifying x- and y-intercepts of linear functions. Students travel in pairs to eight stations as they practice identifying x- and y-intercepts from tables, graphs, equations, and descriptions.
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X and Y Intercept: Students will enjoy finding the x and y intercept (standard form) with this scrambler puzzle activity. This activity is great for remediation and differentiation.

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Studets will practice writing equations from word problems, finding the x- and y-intercpets, and stating the meaning of the x- and y-intercepts. This worksheet is great for an Algebra I class.

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This is a quick way to introduce graphing with intercepts, such as finding the x and y intercept from a graph, graph an equation using the intercepts, and given an equation find the intercepts. It also includes an answer key!

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This powerpoint introduces students to the process of using x and y intercepts to graph a linear equation in standard form. Students warm up by plotting coordinates (intercepts) and generalizing what the points have in common. This leads to slides explaining how we can use zero to help find the in

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