This amazing resource includes five scavenger hunts
! Students will have the opportunity to practice their knowledge on all three methods (graphing, substitution, elimination)
used to solve systems of equations. A system of inequalities scavenger hunt
is also included. Below you will find a brief description of each scavenger hunt. Each resource is also available for individual purchase.
Graphing Scavenger Hunt
This resource includes twelve systems of equations to be solved using the graphing method. Students will navigate their way through a self-checking scavenger hunt. Each problem asks students to graph the system and to write the solution.
Substitution Scavenger Hunt
This resource includes twelve systems of equations to be solved using the substitution method. Students will navigate their way through a self-checking scavenger hunt. Each problem asks students to solve the system by substituting one expression into the other equation and to write the solution.
Elimination Scavenger Hunt
This resource includes two, twelve question systems of equations, self-checking scavenger hunts to be solved using the elimination method. Each problem asks students to solve the system by eliminating one variable by adding or subtracting the two equations. Once the value of one variable is calculated, the students can substitute it into one of the equations in order to calculate the value of the other variable. The second twelve question scavenger hunt asks students to solve the problems by multiplying one or both of the equations by a constant in order to solve the system by elimination.
Inequalities Scavenger Hunt
The last resource includes a scavenger hunt resource with twelve graphed systems of inequalities. Students will practice writing two or more inequalities based on the graphs.
The scavenger hunt worksheet will have students start with the first problem. From there, the answer will lead them to the second problem. If a student does not find the answer, he/she will know the previous problem was incorrect. Once the student has located the correct answer, he/she will solve the next problem. This process continues until #12 leads them to the first problem. Most of the problems are written in slope-intercept form. At the end, two additional questions are provided so that students can explain their knowledge of graphing systems of equations. Answer keys are included.
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