Systems of Equations with 3 Variables Elimination Puzzle Activity Cut & Paste
This is a tarsia style puzzle that allows students to demonstrate their understanding of solving Systems of Equations with 3 Variables by Elimination.
The puzzle has 12 pieces that contain 15 problems with answers.
Once all the problems have been solved, the students match the problems to the correct answer. The students will turn the puzzle pieces to match the correct answer to the problem and then glue the pieces down on construction paper.
Download the preview to see the completed puzzle.
This is a great partner, small group activity or even a project.
The download includes 5 pages:
1 pg. Terms of Service
1 pg. Answer Key (completed puzzle)
2 pgs. Puzzle Pieces to be cut out
1 pg. Equations & answers used in the puzzle
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