Systems of Equations Elimination Substitution Maze Worksheet Activity
This is a fun way to review solving Systems of Equations by Elimination and Substitution.
The maze has 15 problems but only 10 problems must be solved to complete the maze.
Each box in the maze is labeled E (Elimination) or S (Substitution) so that the students know which method to use to solve the problems.
The maze is designed so that they will solve 5 Elimination and 5 Substitution problems. The problems are arranged so that the students alternate between the two methods throughout the activity.
The download is a total of 8 pages:
1 pg. Terms of Service
1 pg. Maze Worksheet
1 pg. highlighted answer key
1 pg. handwritten answer key (to demonstrate how to write the answers and
shade the path)
4 pgs. Solutions (all 10 problems worked out)
This activity is great for Algebra 1 and Algebra 2
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