The ability to work with augmented matrices
is included in Common Core Mathematics and other mathematics curricula. Whether the topic is included in Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus or some other course, the goal of this resource is to help you teach this topic to your students.
This lesson on augmented matrices will guide students to answer the questions:
How can we use matrices to represent linear equations?
Is the order of the entries important?
How many variables can be represented in an augmented matrix?
How does the number of variables affect the dimensions of an augmented matrix?
Is the form of the equation important?
INCLUDED in this resource:
a NOTE taking worksheet
a PRACTICE worksheet
a fun RIDDLE ACTIVITY
(answer keys are included)
This resource is included in the MATRICES 10 Lessons
Click the link below to find that resource.
MATRICES - 10 Lessons