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Inequality problems are made slightly novel with the element of hangman. Students practice solving multi-step inequalities with this hangman activity/worksheet. A built-in message makes grading the practice (and also giving students feedback as they work) a snap!
Different levels with the same fo

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Simplifying Radical Expressions Color Worksheet. 25 well balanced problems that gradually increases in difficulty. The coloring portion makes a symmetric design that helps students self check their answers and makes it easy for teachers to grade. Perfect for classwork, additional practice, homework,

This self-checking solving systems of linear equations by substitution maze has 23 systems of equations designed to be solved by substitution.Not all boxes are used in this maze to prevent students from just guessing the correct route. In order to complete this maze students will have to solve 11 s

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Also included in: Solving Systems of Equations & Inequalities Activity Bundle

These graphing calculator reference sheets, for the TI-84 graphing calculator, guide students step-by-step on how to solve, graph, or identify the following:1 - Linear Regression2 - Quadratic Graphs3 - Absolute Value4 - Quadratic Regression5 - Polynomial Graphs6 - Inverse Functions7 - Evaluating Fun

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Students match 20 cards of graphs, scatter plots, sets of coordinates, mappings and tables to cutouts of each relation's correct domain and range in this activity. Once all cards are matched, students can also sort their cards into "function" or "not a function" and record their answers on the incl

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Also included in: Domain and Range mini-bundle

This is a set of 30 cards that will strengthen students' skills in matching a system of linear equations to a word problem. There are 15 systems and 15 matching word problems.
Due to the fact that these systems all use the same numbers they are not intended to be solved. Attempting to solve these

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Also included in: Solving Systems of Equations & Inequalities Activity Bundle

Systems of Equations CARD MATCH & AROUND THE ROOM Activities with fun Superhero vs. Villains Theme
This is a resource for reviewing Solving Systems of Equations using all 3 methods: Graphing, Elimination and Substitution. 7 problems are set up for the Graphing Method; 6 problems are set up for

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Also included in: SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS Bundle

This factoring trinomials activity consists of 18 easy trinomials (no coefficient on x^2) that student must factor using the 36 binomials. Students cut out the 36 binomials and glue them onto the corresponding trinomial. This activity is self checking because they only have a certain set of binomia

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Also included in: Factoring Polynomials & Solving Quadratic Equations Bundle

Students get moving finding domain and range. Students can start on any of the 20 posters. On the first poster, they will find domain or range (it will be noted on the poster which they should find), mark it on their answer sheet (included) and then find their answer on the top of another poster in

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Literal Equations: This Literal Equations pack contains a total of forty (40) task cards divided into two (2) sets. These are great for individual practice, as a pair/group activity, or to use in math centers.
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SET A - 20 Task Cards with literal equations that can be solved in 1 t

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Students cut out 24 puzzle pieces to create 6 completed inverse functions puzzles. Each completed puzzle will have:1 piece showing a function1 piece showing the function's inverse1 piece showing the graphs of both functions1 piece showing tables of both functionsThis activity covers linear, quadrati

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Also included in: Algebraic Functions Activities Bundle

This bundle includes student-centered function activities for Algebra students. The activities work great for practice, review or even evaluation. All answer keys are included as well as student response sheets to make grading easier.You may also like:Algebra Activities Bundle

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These two sorting activities will help your students practice identifying end behaviors for polynomial functions. They will classify each function according to its end behavior using cards with a mix of equations, explanations, and graphs.
** This resource is also available as part of a DISCOUNTED

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Students will write equations for the Line of Best Fit and make predictions in this 21 question Scatter Plots Practice Worksheet. There are 9 questions asking for the Slope-Intercept Form Equation of the trend line (line of best fit) given the scatter plot and 12 questions asking students to make a

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Also included in: FUNCTIONS Bundle

This 8 part flip book covers the following Properties of Exponents concepts and will help your students with Laws of Exponents Activities:
• Zero Exponents - 4 examples
• Negative Exponents - 5 examples
• Parenthesis & Exponents - 3 examples
• Adding & Subtracting Exponents - 3 examples
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This activity is designed to help students with graphing systems of linear inequalities (or for writing the inequalities from graphs). This activity also gets students up and about.
Purpose of activity is to allow students to practice while giving them the ability to self-check, thus ensuring

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Also included in: Graphing Bundle - 47 Walk Around Activities~Linear~Quadratic~Inequalities

Students sort relations {tables, graphs, equations, mappings, coordinate pairs} into the correct category of "function" or "not a function". This download also includes a "Why?" sheet that asks students to explain their reasoning behind their decisions. Alternate answer sheets with QR codes are in

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Asymptotes (horizontal, vertical, and slant/oblique) and holes: 2-page "doodle notes" -
When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity:
- new learning
- relaxation (less math

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This card sort & homework is designed to strengthen students’ skills in converting between the 3 forms of linear equations: Slope Intercept, Standard, and Point Slope.
In the card sort students will cut out 20 equations and glue them to the corresponding place on the linear equation grid. The

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Also included in: Equations of Linear Functions Activity Bundle

In this self-checking standard form and slope intercept form activity students will have to convert from standard form to slope intercept form to work their way through a maze.Important Information• Not all boxes are used in the maze to prevent students from just figuring out the correct route. Stud

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Also included in: Equations of Linear Functions Activity Bundle

Students will practice graphing linear equations given Standard Form, Slope-Intercept Form and Point-Slope Form Equations. There are THREE LEVELS of equations included to allow for easy differentiation of instruction.Level 1 consists of graphing from Slope-Intercept Form and includes vertical/horiz

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Coloring Activities MEGA Bundle

This factoring trinomials activity consists of 18 harder trinomials (coefficient on x^2) that student must factor using the 36 binomials. Students cut out the 36 binomials and glue them onto the corresponding trinomial. This activity is self checking because they only have a certain set of binomial

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Also included in: Factoring Polynomials & Solving Quadratic Equations Bundle

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Piecewise Functions for Algebra: "doodle notes" -
When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity:
- new learning
- relaxation (less math anxiety)
- visual connections
- better

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Students match a parabola to 3 forms of its equation in vertex form, in factored form, and in standard form. There are 24 puzzle pieces, which build 6 puzzles with 4 pieces each. Students get practice converting quadratics between forms while seeing how all three forms can describe the same graph. P

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Also included in: Quadratic Functions Activities Bundle

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