Allow your students to demonstrate their ability to write equations in slope-intercept form from data presented as a graph, table, or two coordinate points through this task card matching activity. Task cards are a great way to achieve academic success in a mathematics classroom. To complete the activity, each student should complete his/her set of eight task cards by writing an equation in slope-intercept form for the data provided. One task card from each of the three sets will result in the same final equation. Students should paste their matching task cards on the final product pages and complete each page by identifying the slope, y-intercept, and x-intercept of the relationship. Finally, students are asked to order the final product pages based upon the steepness of each line. If you chose, conduct the follow-up discussion and extension questions as a whole group, or have the students complete these questions on an index card in their groups. This activity includes directions for the students to complete the activity, 3 pages of student task cards, a final product page for students to display their results, follow-up discussion and extension questions, and an answer key showing which cards match one another and the final equation associated with them.