### Clarifications

*Clarification 1:*Instruction includes the use of standard form, slope-intercept form and point-slope form, and the conversion between these forms.

**Subject Area:**Mathematics (B.E.S.T.)

**Grade:**912

**Strand:**Algebraic Reasoning

**Standard:**Write, solve and graph linear equations, functions and inequalities in one and two variables.

**Date Adopted or Revised:**08/20

**Status:**State Board Approved

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## MFAS Formative Assessments

Students are asked to explain the relationship between a given linear equation and both a point on its graph and a point not on its graph.

Students are asked to write an equation in three variables from a verbal description.

Note: This task may assess skills that exceed the general expectation for this mathematical concept at this grade level. The task is intended for students who have demonstrated mastery within the scope of instruction who may be ready for a more rigorous extensions of the content. As with all materials, ensure to gauge the readiness of students or adapt according to students needs prior to administration.

Students are asked to write a function to model the relationship between two variables describedÂ in a real-world context.

Students are asked to explain the relationship between a given linear equation and both a point on its graph and a point not on its graph.

Students are given a table of values and are asked to write a linear function.

## Original Student Tutorials Mathematics - Grades 9-12

Learn to determine the number of possible solutions for a linear equation with this interactive tutorial.

Learn how to create systems of linear equations to represent contextual situations in this interactive tutorial.

This part 6 in a 7-part series. Click below to explore the other tutorials in the series.

- Part 1: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Using Graphs
- Part 2: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Substitution
- Part 3: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Basic Elimination
- Part 4: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Advanced Elimination
- Part 5: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Connecting Algebraic Methods to Graphing
- Part 7: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Word Problems (Coming soon)

Learn how to write equations in two variables in this interactive tutorial.

## Student Resources

## Original Student Tutorials

Learn how to create systems of linear equations to represent contextual situations in this interactive tutorial.

This part 6 in a 7-part series. Click below to explore the other tutorials in the series.

- Part 1: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Using Graphs
- Part 2: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Substitution
- Part 3: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Basic Elimination
- Part 4: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Advanced Elimination
- Part 5: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Connecting Algebraic Methods to Graphing
- Part 7: Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Word Problems (Coming soon)

Type: Original Student Tutorial

Learn how to write equations in two variables in this interactive tutorial.

Type: Original Student Tutorial

Learn to determine the number of possible solutions for a linear equation with this interactive tutorial.

Type: Original Student Tutorial

## Tutorials

This video demonstrates solving a word problem by creating a system of linear equations that represents the situation and solving them using elimination.

Type: Tutorial

In this video, you will learn about Rene Descartes, and how he bridged the gap between algebra and geometry.

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## Video/Audio/Animations

When should a system of equations with multiple variables be used to solve an Algebra problem, instead of using a single equation with a single variable?

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The point-slope form of the equation for a line can describe any non-vertical line in the Cartesian plane, given the slope and the coordinates of a single point which lies on the line.

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The two point form of the equation for a line can describe any non-vertical line in the Cartesian plane, given the coordinates of two points which lie on the line.

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