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14 resources with the keyterm x and y coordinates

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Exponential Relationships

For Students 9th
In this exponential relationship activity, 9th graders solve and graph 3 different sets of exponential relationships. First, they use the x variables given to complete the equations and complete the tables. Then, students graph the...
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Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing

For Students 9th
In this systems of equations worksheet, 9th graders solve and graph 10 different problems by graphing their results on each given grid. First, they graph both equations and see where they intersect. Then, students determine the point of...
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Graph It

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Elementary and middle schoolers engage in a instructional activity of graphing in quadrant I of the coordinate plain. They use the graph to create shapes and symbols. While using a graphing calculator, they locate the points on the...
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Graphing Systems of Inequalities

For Students 11th
In this systems of inequalities worksheet, 11th graders solve and complete 8 different problems that include graphing. First, they graph each system of inequalities to determine the overlapping portion in each. Then, students draw a line...
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Systems of Equations 2

For Students 9th
In this systems of equations worksheet, 9th graders solve and graph 9 different problems that apply the systems of equations. First, they solve each system of equations by using the graphing method. Then, students write the solution for...
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Graphing Linear Inequalities

For Students 9th
In this graphing linear inequalities worksheet, 9th graders solve 5 different pairs of problems. For each pair of equations, they graph the solution set for each the given inequalities. Then, they determine if any or all of the solution...
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Walking the Plank: Student Worksheet

For Teachers 5th - 8th
In this math worksheet, students will work in a group to experiment with the weight of objects when placed at a distance from a scale (using a plank). Students will record and graph their results.
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Parabola

For Students 10th
In this parabolas worksheet, 10th graders solve and graph 12 different problems related to various types of parabolas. First, they determine the vertex and the y-intercept based on the graph illustrated for each. Then, students write a...
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Graphing Systems of Inequalities

For Students 9th
In this graphing systems of inequalities worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 8 different problems. First, they solve each inequality if necessary. Then, students graph each inequality to locate the overlapping portions on the grid....
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Equations and Inequalities

For Students 9th
In this equations and inequalities worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 11 different problems that include a quotable puzzle. First, they solve each of the given problems. Then, students match the answer to the correct letter of the...
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Solving for the Midpoint

For Students 6th - 8th
In this graphing worksheet, students complete 5 graphing questions regarding X and Y coordinates. Students then answer 4 problem solving questions based on the mid-point of the graphed lines.
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Balancing Point

For Teachers 10th
Tenth graders explore the Centroid of a Triangle. In this balancing lesson, 10th graders cut out a given triangle and try to balance it on the eraser of their pencil. Students mark the point on the triangle where the triangle was...
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Graphing Ordered Pairs

For Students 9th
In this graphing ordered pairs worksheet, 9th graders graph five different sets of numbers on five different graphs. They identify that each of the x-coordinates tells the distance right (positive) or left (negative) and that each...
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Physics: Vector Addition

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Learners drill and practice putting problems into vector form. They draw each problem before trying to solve them. Students draw arrows for any vector quantities to indicate magnitude and direction.