# Solving Systems of Linear Equations Guided Notes, Activity, and Review Bundle        Subject
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68 MB|3 pages teacher notes, 18 pages student notes/activities, 16 pages answer keys
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1. This puzzle activity allows students to practice matching a system of linear equations to the graph and the solution. This is GREAT for standardized test prep!There are two versions to the puzzle to allow for differentiation. The first has all equations in slope-intercept form, the second has some
2. This fifteen question resource covers solving systems of equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination. **Includes special cases of no solution and infinitely many solutions.**This also contains three word problems that can be solved using systems of equations. Use this as a test or as a re
3. These guided notes provide two lessons of step by step examples of solving systems of linear equations using the elimination method. The first lesson covers solving simple systems by elimination. The second lesson covers solving more advanced systems by elimination with multiplication.Examples of
4. This resource provides step by step guided notes for solving systems of linear equations using graphing.Examples of systems with one solution, no solution, and infinitely many solutions are included. Terminology for inconsistent, consistent, dependent, and independent systems is included.An answer
5. These guided notes provide step by step examples of solving systems of linear equations using the substitution method. Examples of systems with one solution, no solution, and infinitely many solutions are included. Connections are made relating solving systems of equations using substitution and s
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Teach your students to solve systems of equations with confidence! Guided notes for four lessons, a puzzle activity, and review are included!

Guided Notes for 4 lessons for solving systems of linear equations including solving using:

• graphing
• substitution
• elimination
• elimination with multiplication (more difficult examples)

Examples of systems with one solution, no solution, and infinitely many solutions are included. Connections are made between the lessons relating the different methods of solving to one another and relating algebraic solutions to the graphs of systems. Opportunity for scaffolded student practice examples are included.

Notes for the teacher for lesson extension are included with examples of common student pitfalls with this topic. Ideas to relate new concepts with prior knowledge are also included.

Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing Puzzle Activity-

This puzzle activity allows students to practice matching a system of linear equations to the graph and the solution. This is GREAT for standardized test prep!

There are two versions to the puzzle to allow for differentiation. The first has all equations in slope-intercept form, the second has some equations which need to be converted to slope-intercept form for graphing. NOTE: Both versions have the exact same graphs and solutions, the equations are just in different forms.

One system with no solution is included in the puzzle.

Solving Systems of Equations Test (Or Review!)-

This fifteen question resource covers solving systems of equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination.

**Includes special cases of no solution and infinitely many solutions.**

This also contains three word problems that can be solved using systems of equations. Use this as a test or as a review of solving systems.

Answer Keys are included for ALL notes, both versions of the puzzle activity, and the review!

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3 pages teacher notes, 18 pages student notes/activities, 16 pages answer keys
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