In this activity students work in groups of three to solve a set of problems. The problems are changing equations into slope-intercept form, identifying the slope and y-intercept and then graphing the line of the equation. Once students have solved their problems, they add the intercepts together and take their answer to the instructor. If the answer is correct they get the second set of problems. There are nine sets of problems. Nine sets of problems, answer key, student work paper, group answer sheet, and instructions are all provided. This can also be used as a formative assessment or in lieu of homework.