This activity poses the real world question "Which is the better deal?" when buying one of three passes to an amusement park. Students are to develop equations, make tables, graph lines, and analyze their results. This activity can be used for a systems of equations unit but I have also use it before teaching systems.
FREE: Algebra if-what task cards require students to solve two problems to come to an answer for the question asked as there is a part one ("if") and part two ("what") to each card. Integers, fractions, decimals, absolute value, order of operations, powers and square roots are a part of the process using inverse operations to solve for the variable.
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This Equation Top-it Bundle includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and two-step Equation Top-it games! Intended for upper elementary and middle school grades. Game play is similar to that of the card game War. Each of the five games includes 80 cards (40 beginner and 40 difficult). Easy to mix and match cards to create an Top-it game that fits your classroom's needs!