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This bundled unit offers the complete set of 11 lessons, titled Systems of Equations Lessons 1-11 at a discounted price. Buy as a bundle and save $10.

Topics covered in this unit are;

Given a system of equations and a few coordinates, finding the solution.

Given a system of equations, finding the solution graphically.

Given one equation and a coordinate, determining graphically if the given point is a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form and some coordinates, finding which coordinate is a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form and and x or y-value, finding the corresponding y or x-value that is a solution.

Graphing a linear inequality in slope-intercept form.

Given a system of linear equations in slope-intercept form, finding a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form, graphing using the x and y-intercepts.

Adding and multiplying fractions review.

Determining the solution to a one variable equation.

Using a system of equations to model a story problem, and intepret results.

Given an all variable equation, solving for a particular variable.

Graphing a linear inequality (standard and slope-intercept form).

Writing a linear inequality given a graph.

Solving a system of linear equations by substitution and then graphing to check the solution.

Graphing a linear inequality (standard and slope-intercept form).

Using a linear equation to model a story problem.

Writing simple expressions using exponents.

Evaluating simple exponential problems.

Using a system of equations to model and solve story problems.

Solving a one variable inequality and giving the answer in set notation.

Simplifying simple exponential expressions.

Writing an expression with exponents in different ways.

Using a system of linear equations to model a story problem. And interpreting results.

Using a system of linear inequalities to represent a story problem and interpreting results.

Determining the linear inequality that represents a given graph.

Determining the system of linear inequalities that represent a given graph.

Graphing a system of linear inequalities.

Determining if a given point is a solution of a system of linear inequalities.

Determining the number of solutions a linear system has.

Solving simple exponential equations.

Graphing a system of linear inequalities in standard form to determine the solution.

Topics covered in this unit are;

Given a system of equations and a few coordinates, finding the solution.

Given a system of equations, finding the solution graphically.

Given one equation and a coordinate, determining graphically if the given point is a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form and some coordinates, finding which coordinate is a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form and and x or y-value, finding the corresponding y or x-value that is a solution.

Graphing a linear inequality in slope-intercept form.

Given a system of linear equations in slope-intercept form, finding a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form, graphing using the x and y-intercepts.

Adding and multiplying fractions review.

Determining the solution to a one variable equation.

Using a system of equations to model a story problem, and intepret results.

Given an all variable equation, solving for a particular variable.

Graphing a linear inequality (standard and slope-intercept form).

Writing a linear inequality given a graph.

Solving a system of linear equations by substitution and then graphing to check the solution.

Graphing a linear inequality (standard and slope-intercept form).

Using a linear equation to model a story problem.

Writing simple expressions using exponents.

Evaluating simple exponential problems.

Using a system of equations to model and solve story problems.

Solving a one variable inequality and giving the answer in set notation.

Simplifying simple exponential expressions.

Writing an expression with exponents in different ways.

Using a system of linear equations to model a story problem. And interpreting results.

Using a system of linear inequalities to represent a story problem and interpreting results.

Determining the linear inequality that represents a given graph.

Determining the system of linear inequalities that represent a given graph.

Graphing a system of linear inequalities.

Determining if a given point is a solution of a system of linear inequalities.

Determining the number of solutions a linear system has.

Solving simple exponential equations.

Graphing a system of linear inequalities in standard form to determine the solution.

Total Pages

29 pages

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Teaching Duration

3 Weeks

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