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Converting Point Slope Form to Slope Intercept Form Maze

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In this self-checking activity students will have to convert from point slope 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. Students will have to successfully rewrite a point slope form equation into slope intercept form 9 times to complete the maze.
• Please view the preview for an exact picture of the maze.

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Maze & Answer Key

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