Solve a system and use the result as a guide to identify its type.
This lesson covers solving a system by graphing when there is no solution or infinitely many solutions.
Recognize linear systems of equations with solutions and without solutions.
Identifying the Number of Solutions without Solving the System
Solving Systems with No Solutions by Graphing Given Slope-Intercept Form
Solving Systems with One Solution by Graphing Given Standard Form
Solving Systems with Infinite Solutions by Graphing Given Slope-Intercept Form
Solving Systems with Infinite Solutions by Graphing Given Standard Form
Solving Systems with Infinite Solutions by Substitution
Writing and Solving Systems of Equations Given Word Problems
Practice Determining the Type of Linear System questions
With the KWL chart, reflect on your prior knowledge, ask questions that you are curious about,and come up with answers from the reading.
Strengthen ability to analyze word meaning and symbolic or mathematical notation from context and introduce students to unfamiliar vocabulary or notation. Further solidify understanding by defining new vocabulary words and notation as well as generating personal examples of words, concepts, and notation usage.
Come up with questions about a topic and learn new vocabulary words to determine answers using an Ask, Answer, Learn table.
Find out how the logic behind solving crimes is the same as the logic behind solving systems of equations.