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These guided notes will help your students compare and contrast linear relationships that are proportional with those that are not. Students need to be able to find slope (rate of change) from a table and graph to complete.

Why get Mrs. Math’s BINGO game? Well, it was created using a hyper-linked Power Point which allows for you to play a different game every time. Plus a fill in yourself Bingo card slide in the presentation which you can print out for each student allowing you to have as many BINGO cards as you nee

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Linear Equations y=mx +b / Slope and y- intercept FoldableThis foldable is a fun way to learn or review about linear equations, slope, and y intercept. It is a double sided foldable, that flips up and down displaying information in 3 parts (please check the pictures for this product):Part 1. is abou

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Also included in: Linear Functions and Graphing. UNIT 8. PRE-ALGEBRA Foldables Bundle

This is an excerpt from my popular line of
Bossy Brocci Math & Big Science workbooks on Amazon.
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The notes page is a one-sided document with 10 examples where the student needs to write the equation of the line based on a variety of given information in y = mx + b form. Some of the questions include giving the student the graph of the line, a table of values, two points on the line, etc. The pr

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Also included in: Writing Equations of Lines Mini-Bundle

Slope Intercept Form y=mx+b
This product explores the relationship between tables, graphs, repeated addition, and equations for linear relationships. There are three real-world scenarios in this lesson. The first real world scenario, “I’m Rich”, explores how the slope intercept form of an equation

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This is an excerpt from my popular line of
Bossy Brocci Math & Big Science workbooks on Amazon.
Printing should be:
LANDSCAPE
and DOUBLE-SIDED,
with the Flip being along the 'SHORT' edge or side
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This r squared creation is the complementary worksheet for our 6.1A PowerPoint, which students will complete as homework. This worksheet is practice for the students on how to solve a linear system by graphing when in slope-intercept form. The worksheet is also editable if you would like to make any

This is an excerpt from my popular line of
Bossy Brocci Math & Big Science workbooks on Amazon.
Printing should be:
LANDSCAPE
and DOUBLE-SIDED,
with the Flip being along the 'SHORT' edge or side
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Give Brocci Bundles a Try before you buy!
To get the Bundles &

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Note: You can purchase this circuit and one on working with inequalities for a reduced price of $3 if you copy and past this link: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Circuit-Training-Solve-AxByC-for-y-Working-with-Inequalities-algebra-2881911
I wrote this circuit to give my algebra one

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This r squared creation is the complementary worksheet for our 6.1B PowerPoint, which students will complete as homework. This worksheet is practice for the students on how to solve a linear system by graphing when NOT in slope-intercept form. The worksheet is also editable if you would like to make

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I often find over time, my algebra students need a refresher on using y = mx + b, and so I wrote this worksheet to do just that: it "holds their hands" as they analyze a graph and determine its slope and y-intercept, and it leads them up to writing the equation of the line.
This worksheet is inte

This worksheet is designed to replace a lecture on how to write equations of lines in slope-intercept form when given the following two different scenarios:
- You are given the slope and one point on the line;
- You are given two points on the line;
I start out class with a 15-minute "mini-lesson,

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In this activity, students will solve systems of equations by graphing.
All equations are given in slope-intercept form. If you would like this activity where equations are given in all forms, please click here
There is a total of 15 problems.
Then, they will color the design by the colors liste

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Also included in: Solving Systems of Equations Activity Bundle!

This worksheet includes an easy to follow step by step visual instructional plan. You can walk your class through the example or have them read it themselves. If a student gets stuck, point to the step they need to look at to correct themselves. Try not to spend to much time tutoring one student, ci

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I wrote this worksheet after giving my Geometry students a simple quiz in which they were asked to calculate the slope between two points, the midpoint, the distance, and the equation of a line containing the two points, and they utterly struggled with it.
Instead of listening to me lecture them, I

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This is an engaging resource that provides kids practice identifying slope and y-intercept from a graph, then writing the y = mx + b equation. The problems are of varying complexity, and are aligned to what students typically see on standardized tests. The Murder Mystery aspect adds a fun layer to t

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This two-page resource provides access to the understanding of graphing an equation in y = mx + b. Notes with steps are provided, as well as guided instruction problems. Additionally, a "tower of power" allows students to access the material in a scaffolded manner, where foundational concepts must b

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