I designed this lesson (the 5th of 10) as part of a unit that introduces arithmetic and geometric sequences. This lesson includes: completing a sequence of numbers with missing values, determining if those sequences are arithmetic or geometric and writing the recursive and explicit expressions for each, and a review of solving a linear system of of two equations.
This is the eighth (in a series of 12) worksheet I created to teach the concept of systems of linear equations. Topics covered in this worksheet are: Evaluating simple expressions with negative exponents, writing expressions with exponents in 3 different ways, using a linear system of 2 equations to solve a story problem, and graphing a system of 2 linear inequalities given a story problem.
Linear Equations Performance Task. Students must apply their knowledge of slope-intercept form, standard form, and writing linear equations given a point and slope, or two points. A great way to conclude the linear equations unit!
This review includes: identifying the slope from an equation identifying the y-intercept from an equation writing the equation of a line in slope-intercept form writing the equation given a slope and a y-intercept writing the equation given 2 intercepts writing the equation given a slope and a non-intercept point identifying the slope from a graph identifying the y-intercept from a graph writing the equation of a line from a graph
Here's an editable problem-solving template that focuses on the strategies Draw a Picture, Find a Pattern, Choose an Operation, and Make a Table. There is room for students to show their work as well as write out the steps they followed to solve the problem.