# Systems of Equations Assessments

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1. Looking for everything you need to supplement your Systems of Equations unit? Your students will have quick reference notes, scavenger hunts, worksheets, exit slips and assessments. This bundle includes ready to print resources that can help your students throughout their study on systems of equatio
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Checking for understanding? Students can demonstrate their knowledge on systems of equations on a variety of six assessments. Included you will have four quizzes and two versions of a test.

There are four short quizzes that can be used after students have studied the graphing, substitution and elimination methods.

• The graphing method quiz provides three problems in which students will graph two lines. To the right of each problem, space is provided for students to check their work.

• The substitution method quiz asks students to give a short explanation on how to use the method to solve a system. Two problems ask students to solve a system using the substitution method. The final two questions examine student understanding about how many solutions exist and an error analysis problem.

• The elimination method quiz is similar to the substitution method assessment. Students will provide a brief explanation of the elimination method; they will solve two problems using this method and finally will look at how many solutions exist along with an error analysis problem.

• Lastly, there is one quick check-up with three problems. Use this as a study guide or an assessment. Students are given three problems in which they demonstrate their knowledge on all three methods. This somewhat self-checking assignment would allow students to see that no matter what method you use, the solution should be the same.

Two tests (version A and B) can be used to assess student understanding of systems of equations. Each test includes twelve problems. Listed below, you can see the type and amount of each question. This test does not include any word problems.

• Graphing method (2 questions)
• Substitution method (2 questions)
• Elimination method (2 questions)
• How many solutions exist (1 question)
• Which method would be the most efficient? (1 question)
• Graphing inequalities (2 questions)
• Writing a system of inequalities from a graph (2 questions)

There is ample space for students to show their work.

A detailed answer key is provided with each assessment.

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Graph the solutions to a linear inequality in two variables as a half-plane (excluding the boundary in the case of a strict inequality), and graph the solution set to a system of linear inequalities in two variables as the intersection of the corresponding half-planes.
Solve systems of linear equations exactly and approximately (e.g., with graphs), focusing on pairs of linear equations in two variables.
Prove that, given a system of two equations in two variables, replacing one equation by the sum of that equation and a multiple of the other produces a system with the same solutions.
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