This foldable reviews the three different kinds of solutions that one can get from a system of two equations.
(one solution, no solution, infinitely many solutions)
Students are to solve each system graphically on the left flaps to see what the linear functions look like if there is one solution (one point of intersection), no solution (parallel lines), and infinitely many solutions (same line). On the right flap students are to determine the solutions algebraically through substitution or elimination.
This is a great foldable to be included in an interactive notebook. It can also be used as a homework assignment or review assignment.
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