Solving Systems of Equations Student Notes and Practice
to complement the Systems of Equations Unit. Student Notes work well as guided instruction with the teacher providing examples of how to solve a system of equations using the graphing, substitution and elimination methods.
. Using the examples from their Notes, students will practice using each method to solve the systems with the corresponding assignment
to demonstrate understanding.
• 3 Full Pages of Notes
• 1 Corresponding Practice Page
• 1 Answer Key
• Half Page Student Notes Format
• Quarter Page Student Notes Format
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