This packet was created with the idea that putting equations in a real world context would make it easier for students to understand the concept of 1 solution, no solution, and infinitely many solutions. The 4 page packet is a great way to introduce systems of equations and solving them through graphing. The first worksheet has 3 word problems requiring students to write an equation to represent them. Word problems require equations with variables on both sides, to get students used to the idea of making two expressions equal to each other, before getting into systems. The second worksheet has word problems requiring two separate equations for each situation. The third worksheet requires students to graph the situations using their knowledge of graphing from slope-intercept form. The fourth worksheet requires students to analyze their graphs and come up with how to tell if a system of equations has 1 solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions. This packet is perfect for pairs or small groups and is designed for students to work through on their own. It is recommended that students check their answers to each worksheet before moving onto the next as they all build on one another. This packet is suitable for mainstream classes as well as resource classes. Color answer key is included.