Solving systems of linear equations draws on students’ understanding of functions, graphs and equations to solve problems.
This mission aligns with Common Core State Standards: HSA.REI.6, HSA.REI.11
The fun stuff:
Road trips and gym memberships provide a real-world reason to create and solve systems of equations! Students create tables, graphs and equations for these scenarios, then solve the system using substitution. Excellent contextualization gives meaning to the process!
The zip file includes:
★The mission. (12 pages).
★A two-page Quick Start guide for teachers. Detailed and helpful!
★Selected Answers in pdf form.
★Selected Answers online, password protected. For students to correct at home!
The mission includes:
•Creation of linear models of road trips.
•Finding solution of system from tables, graphs and equations in context.
•Introduction to the algorithm for simple substitution.
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