Students will answer questions involving real-world scenarios while performing operations using scientific notation. Could be used as a homework assignment, quiz, or in-class activity. This is a great resource to use year after year!
Middle School Math Halloween Activity! Students must solve two-step and multi-step equations in order to determine the solutions. Once the solution has been determined, they will use the guide to color the picture. Once colored, the image is a
Students will perform all operations with scientific notation--addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. A few real-world word problems are included. A great resource to use as an assessment, homework assignment, or enrichment.
Students will compare the properties of two functions algebraically, graphically, from a table, and from a description. This resource is a great tool to use as extra practice, a homework assignment, or as an assessment. Answer Key is included! If
A review of categorizing numbers within the real number system. Students will define vocabulary terms in their own words, identify numbers as rational or irrational, name the set(s) to which each number belongs, order numbers, and place numbers on
Students will answer real-world situations involving slope, rate of change, and y-intercept. They will compare equations from two different situations and graph a relationship on the coordinate plane. A great resource to use year after year! Could
A review of systems of equations that allows students to use any method they prefer (graphing, substitution, or elimination). Students must verify if an ordered pair makes a system of linear equations true, solve the system of equations, and write
Students will write an equation in slope-intercept to model a linear relationship given a table, graph, or scenario. They will also answer questions based on the equation and interpret the meaning of the slope and y-intercept. This is a great
Unit test that reviews writing expressions, writing and solving equations, identifying rational and irrational numbers, and placing numbers on the number line. Could also be used as a spiral review assessment.
7 questions that review operations with scientific notation, writing numbers in proper scientific notation, and solving problems. This activity could be used as an extra practice activity, homework assignment, or assessment.