Looking for a new way to introduce infinitely many, no, and one solution to your students and allow them to have a resource in their notebooks to reference? Look no further! This discovery foldable uses balances to help students discover the meaning behind the different number of solutions. After students complete their foldable with a visual representation, example, and definition of each type of solution, students sort equations into one of the three categories. Equations used are simply variables on both sides to allow students to focus on the new learning.
- Foldable Discovery Notebook Activity with balances
- Completed Foldable
- Sorting Equations Activity
- Separate balances (if desired to use them separate from the foldable)
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