STANDARD A.REI.D.10
Understand that the graph of an equation in two variables is the set of all
its solutions plotted in the coordinate plane, often forming a curve (which
could be a line). |

WORKSHEETS |

Regents-Writing Linear Equations 1a
IA/A
*slope-intercept form, MC* |
12/1 |
TST
PDF
DOC
TNS |

Regents-Writing Linear Equations 1b
IA/A
*slope-intercept form, bimodal* |
TST
PDF
DOC |

Regents-Writing Linear Equations 2
AI/IA/A
*other forms* |
1/4/2 |
TST
PDF
DOC
TNS |

Regents-Identifying Solutions
AI/IA/A |
3/6/5 |
TST
PDF
DOC
TNS |

Practice-Writing Linear Equations 1
*slope-intercept form* |
20 |
WS
PDF |

Practice-Writing Linear Equations 2
*other forms* |
20 |
WS
PDF |

Practice-Identifying Solutions |
10 |
WS
PDF |

LESSON PLAN |
Interpret Graphs as Sets of
Solutions |
PDF
DOC |

VIDEOS |
Writing an equation in point-slope form using a
point and the slope |
VID |

Writing an equation from a graph |
VID |

Writing an equation in point-slope form from a
graph |
VID |

Writing a linear equation using a table |

Determining whether a relationships shown by data
is linear |

Modeling real-world data using linear models |
VID |

Using two data points to write a linear model |