Exit slip-Parallel, Perpendicular or neither.pdf - Section 4: Exit slip

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Why are lines parallel?

Unit 3: Linear Functions
Lesson 6 of 20

Objective: SWBAT change from standard form to slope intercept form, explain the reasoning of why lines are parallel, and write the equation of a line going through a point and parallel to a given line.

Big Idea: The emphasis in this lesson is that students not only know the definition of parallel lines, but why lines are parallel.

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Math, Math,warm up, think pair share, exit ticket, parallel, perpendicular, same slope, slope that is opposite reciprocals of each other, proving a trapezoid, rectangle, triangle, changing from standard to slope intercept form, graphing linear equations, and writing the equation of a line
  50 minutes
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