This worksheet contains 24 practice questions the intersection of squares and lines.
The students must examine and plot each set of square coordinates, and the equation of a line, and then plot the line and square on a graph.
Picture 2 of this product shows the general layout of the worksheet. Pictures 3 and 4 show a sample question and an answered sample question.
The worksheet comes on two formats: the first is with all 24 questions on one sheet, the second is with the questions spread out over 4 sheets, thus allowing more space to draw the diagrams.
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This is a no nonsense, straightforward neatly presents worksheet that can be used as an in – classroom exercise, practice for a test
or even as a test itself.
Thanks for looking , and if you have any questions, please let me know.
There are two sets of coordinates that are not the coordinates of a square, ask your students if they can identify which two sets of coordinates these are, BEFORE they draw the "squares".