Linear EquationsGraphing a Linear Eq Using InterceptsHorizontal & Vertical LinesSlope of a LinePoint-Slope FormSlope-Intercept FormWorking with Linear EquationsScatter Plots and Line of Best Fit
question 7's pull tab answer is incorrect.
Dear Ms. Brandmeyer,
Thank you for your comment. The answer for Response Question #7 on slide #30 has been corrected.
Several answer key solutions are incorrect. What would be a good way to send corrections? change in the word document and email it to you? detail the corrections in the comments? Thanks!
Dear Mr. Barrett,
Thank you for your comment. You can use either option (change the word doc & send it in, or leave a detailed comment), whichever method is best for you. If you elect to send in a corrected form of the document, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also include the corrections that were made to the document. This will allow for us to inform other users of the changes when we upload the new file.
Hi! Is there a Unit Plan for Graphing Linear Equations? THANKS!
Never mind--Found it! :) Have a great one!
Dear Ms. Yoast,
Thank you for your comments. I'm happy that you were able to find the Unit Plan for Graphing Linear Equations. In all of our units, they are found in the same "Resource Category" (Teacher Resource).
I forgot where I got my lesson plan concerning Slopes. The homework I sent out to student was called “Slope of a line”. Where can I find that?
Dear Angel Turcios,
Thank you for your comment. The lesson for Slopes can be found in the SMART Notebook file or its equivalent PDF file. The link to the presentation page is https://njctl.org/courses/math/algebra-i/graphing-linear-equations/attachments/graphing-linear-equations-presentation/. The link to the CW-HW file is https://njctl.org/courses/math/algebra-i/graphing-linear-equations/attachments/graphing-linear-equations-homework/.
Please let me know if you needed any more information.