Students cut out 24 puzzle pieces with 3 different representations of the same equation - slope-intercept form, point-slope form, and standard form. The 4th piece of each puzzle shows a graph or table of the equation. Students fit same-equation pieces together. When completed, each student or pair of students will make 6 puzzles, each with 4 pieces.
This activity is great practice for translating between the different forms of linear equations and also for recognizing an equation given its graph or table.
Puzzle pieces are not matched on the sheets so that students can be in charge of cutting them out. The preview is a completed activity printed on colorful paper (actual puzzle pieces are larger, 2 completed puzzles will fit on 1 piece of paper).
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