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Systems of Linear Equations

By Dylan Nicoletti

Summit High School

Objectives

Questions

Credits

Adapted from the Traveling Book Seller, Drew Polly, 2006

Objectives

Using appropriate computation methods 1.2.a

Use multiple forms of linear equations 2.1.b

Represent linear functions using a table, graph equations, and convert from one form to another 2.1.c

Solve equations for one variable in terms of another 2.4.c

Solve systems of linear equations with two and three variables 2.5.c

Directions

Use a piece of paper to record all attempts at each problem.

If you get the wrong answer, look for your mistake and rewrite the problem with your correction so you have a fully written correct response.

Have fun and remember, you are practicing for a great performance on your upcoming assessment.

Questions

Solving by Graphing

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5

Solving by Substitution

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Solving by Elimination

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CreditsAll teachers and students at non-profit schools can use, revise, or adapt this game at will at no cost on the condition that all prior designers are cited.

Adapted from “The Traveling Georgia Artist” by Lloyd Rieber, The University of Georgia, May 20, 2003

Adapted from “The Traveling Book Seller” by Drew Polly,

UNC-Charlotte

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That’s Correct!

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Graph the system of equations and select the ordered pair that represents the system’s solution.

( 2 , 8 )

( -2 , 8 )

( 2 , -8 )

( -2 , -8 )

2) Two linear equations that have the same slope but different y-intercepts will have the following solution.

None

One

Infinitely Many

Not Enough Information

3) By analysis or graphing, the following system has how many solutions?

None

One

Infinitely Many

Two

4) If you wanted to graph a system by graphing the equations in slope-intercept form, what would be your first step?

Solve Each Equation for x

Solve Each Equation for y

Write Equations in Standard

Find the X-Intercept of Each Line

• Never
• Sometimes
• Always
• It depends on the coefficients

6) Solve the following system using substitution.

( 0 , 2 )

( 2 , 2 )

( -2 , 0 )

( 2 , 0 )

7) Solve the following system using substitution.
• ( 2 , 0 )
• ( 0 , 2 )
• ( -2 , 0 )
• ( 0 , 0 )

8) Find a and b so that ( 2 , 1 ) is a solution the system.

a = 1 and b = -4

a = -1 and b = -4

a =-1 and b = 4

No solutions

9) In the following system, which equation and what variable would you solve for?

Equation 1 for y

Equation 1 for x

Equation 2 for x

Equation 2 for y

10) The total number of points you can earn on a math test is 200 points. Your grade is 85% and you answered 42 problems correctly. Each problem is worth either 3 points or 5 points. How many 5-point problems did you answer correctly?

22

29

30

11) Solve the following system using elimination.

( 4 , -5 )

( 4 , 5 )

( 2 , -3 )

( -3 , 2 )

12) Solve the following system using elimination.
• ( 8 , 2 )
• ( 8 , 4 )
• ( 8 , 6 )
• ( 8 , 8 )

13) Tell whether the system has one solution, nosolution , or infinitely many solutions.
• No Solutions
• Infinitely Many
• One
• Sometimes it has none

14) A store sells recordable compact discs in packs of 5 for \$5 and packs of 10 for \$8. You but 45 discs for \$37. How many of each type of pack did you buy?

1 pack of 5; 4 packs of 10

8 packs of 5; 1 pack of 10

3 packs of 5; 3 packs of 10

4 packs of 5; 1 pack of 10