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What Does a System of Equations Really Look Like?

Unit 3: Systems of Equations
Lesson 2 of 13

Objective: The objective of this lesson is to create a link between the algebraic representation of a situation and the graphical representation. This lesson will focus on the appearance of systems of equations in two variables. Students will build meaning by determining the solution to a system by an inspection of the coordinates that make up each equations graph.

Big Idea: This lesson serves as the link between understanding constraint equations algebraically and understanding them graphically. Students will investiagte the appearance of systems of equations in the coordinate plane.

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