Solving Systems of Equations Task Card Activity
Students solve systems of linear equations with 3-4 variables using matrices, Gaussian elimination, or Gauss-Jordan elimination.. There are a total of 16 task cards + 4 bonus task cards, available in black and white AND color
The initial 16 task cards are broken down into the following topics:
Students are tasked with finding the reduced row-echelon form of a given augmented matrix
Students solve a system of linear equations in 3 variables (contains unique solutions and no solutions).
Students solve a system of linear equations in 3 variables. All four cards have infinitely many solutions; students express answers in terms of the third variable.
Students solve a system of linear equations in 4 variables. All four cards have infinitely many solutions; students express answers in terms of the fourth variable.
The four bonus task cards are intended to challenge students and oftentimes require students to think beyond the concepts covered in class. It is my hope that you and your students enjoy the exploration and discussion that these extra problems create!
Also included is a printable template for students to record their solutions.
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