Converting Equations into Slope-Intercept Form
I found that many of my students were struggling with the task of putting equations into slope-intercept form. They could solve equation with just one variable extremely easily, but the minute I threw a second variable in there they kind of freaked out.
I made up this worksheet of 10 questions with two variable equations (most in standard form) that the students had to convert to y=mx+b and then tell me what the slope and y intercept is.
Some come out as positives, negatives and there are a few fractions in there too.
This is mostly meant for extra practice, since the text book we use doesn't seem to break things down enough for many of my students to really be able to develop confidence with it.
(Note: I also have a product that helps students with the broader task of solving for 1 variable in a two variable equation- x & y- again, most of these are in standard form too.)