Maze - The SLOPE and the relationship of two lines (Perp, Parallel, or Neither)

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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Find the SLOPE

This product is a good review of "Using the slope to determine the relationship between two lines". In every two lines are represented with 2 points each. The student would need to find the slope of each line and determine whether the lines are:

• Parallel
• Perpendicular
• or, Neither


In this maze, there are 15 equations provided. From start to end, the student will be able to answer 14 questions out of the 15 provided to get to the end of the maze.

This maze could be used as: a way to check for understanding, a review, recap of the lesson, pair-share, cooperative learning, exit ticket, entrance ticket, homework, individual practice, when you have time left at the end of a period, beginning of the period (as a warm up or bell work), before a quiz on the topic, and more.

This maze focuses on calculating the relationship between parallel and perpendicular lines.

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Maze - The SLOPE and the relationship of two lines (Perp,
Maze - The SLOPE and the relationship of two lines (Perp,
Maze - The SLOPE and the relationship of two lines (Perp,