Systems of Equations. This resource provides students with one example of each of the three methods for solving systems of equations: Graphing Method, Elimination Method and Substitution Method.
Also includes a blank version for student created notes.
Perfect for Interactive Notebooks...Easy to fold. No gluing or taping required! Student instructions for folding included.
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