This is a double-sided worksheet with 37 questions. The first 12 questions give the students an equation and asks them to determine if the equation is linear or not. Then they are asked to go back and identify the linear functions as written in slope-intercept or standard form. On questions 13 through 20, the student is given a table of values and asked to identify the slope and then the function rule. Some tables are difficult in that there is not a consistent pattern. The student has to identify the missing numbers in order to successfully find the pattern to determine the slope. On questions 21 through 28, the student is given a small word problem such as "Andrew can paint 2 rooms in 5 hours" and asked to identify the slope. Some questions have extra information in them. Finally, questions 29 through 37, the student is given a set of ordered pairs, a graph or a table of values and asked to determine whether it represents a linear function or not. Key included.
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