I used these as sets for a "match" game. I had each page laminated, and then I cut them apart. I gave students (in small groups) about 6-8 sets that were mixed up. They had to "match" all 4 representations of linear equations together (graph, table, points, and equation). Each set includes a graph, a table, a set of points, and the equation that all go together. Students use this to determine how to find the graph, table, points, and equation that all go together.