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### Solving Systems of Equations using Any Method Superhero Card Match

This is a resource for reviewing Solving Systems of Equations using all 3 methods: Graphing, Elimination and Substitution. 7 problems are set up for the Graphing Method; 6 problems are set up for the Elimination Method; 3 problems are set up for the Substitution Method.

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I now teach systems in the following order. See my blog post for more details. Solving by elimination. Solving by multiplication and elimination. Solving by substitution. Solving by graphing. This...

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Media System - Integration & convergence by densitydesign, via Flickr

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from Prime Factors

### Drive or Fly?

Fly or Drive: systems of linear equations

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What you see here are little booklets with tabs.  One each for solving systems by graphing, substitution, and elimination.   No staples or glue required to make these.  See how...

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### Systems of Equations Flip Book

Systems of Equations Flip Book More

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from Brittany Berger

### The Ultimate Guide to Time Management Systems for Creative Entrepreneurs

The Ultimate Guide to Time Management Systems for Creative Entrepreneurs Learn the five most important systems what theyre best for and how to start using them today

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Systems of Equations Alien Search and Shade « Hoppe Ninja Math – Teacher Blog

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### M&M Linear Systems of Equations Activity

M Systems of Equations Activity -- Students use only a scale and their math skills to determine how many of each type of M you have placed in their paper bag. Students LOVE this!

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Savvy Advocate Mom and More: Sensory Strategies: Hidden Senses - This is why we have to develop other muscles. Learning depends on being able to control your body and being able to understand where you are in space and time. Changing from a passive inhabitant of his/her body to an active "driver" makes a stunning amount of difference in how a student approaches academic learning.

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