This lesson is Part 1 of solving systems of linear equations using the elimination method. The notes and practice pages include only problems that do not require one or both equations to be multiplied by a constant in order to eliminate one variable. The notes page lists the steps involved in detail and includes examples with one solution, no solution, and an infinite number of solutions. The practice page provides a variety of problems.
ANSWER KEYS PROVIDED
These two foldables are designed as to be easy additions to interactive student notebooks (ISNs). With simple folding and no cutting needed, this makes teacher prep time a breeze and saves valuable class time. One sheet is a guided notes page and the other is for independent practice. Using colored paper for the guided notes foldable is optional.
Part 2 of solving systems of equations is also available for purchase. It includes problems which require one or both equations to be multiplied by a constant in order to eliminate one of the variables.
Solving Systems of Equations Using the Elimination Method - PART 2
Please also take a look at my other Systems of Equations lessons:
Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing for Student Notebooks
Solving Systems of Equations Using the Substitution Method
Problem Solving with Systems of Equations
You can buy my discounted bundle of all of my Systems of Equations lessons here:
Systems of Equations Bundle