PSABM6WJ - Student Facing Task---Acc7.5 Lesson 15 Solving More Systems (6.EE.B.5, 8.EE.C.8)
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Part A)

Solve these without writing anything down:

 

 

Write your answer in the following format:

x,y

with no spaces.

 

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Part B)

Solve these without writing anything down:

 

 

Write your answer in the following format:

x,y

with no spaces.

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Part C)

Solve these without writing anything down:

 

 

Write your answer in the following format:

x,y

with no spaces.

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Part A)

Here are a lot of systems of equations:

 

A.

 

B.

 

C.

 

D.

 

E.

 

F.

 

G.

 

H.

 

I.

 

J.

 

K.

 

L.

 

Without solving, identify 3 systems that you think would be the least difficult to solve and 3 systems that you think would be the most difficult to solve. Be prepared to explain your reasoning.

 

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Part B)

Here are a lot of systems of equations:

 

A.

 

B.

 

C.

 

D.

 

E.

 

F.

 

G.

 

H.

 

I.

 

J.

 

K.

 

L.

 

Choose 4 systems to solve. At least one should be from your "least difficult" list and one should be from your "most difficult" list.

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Part A)

Tyler was looking at this system of equations:

 

 

He said, "Just looking at the system, I can see it has no solution. If you add two numbers, that sum can't be equal to two different numbers."

 

Do you agree with Tyler?

 

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Part B)

Tyler was looking at this system of equations:

 

 

He said, "Just looking at the system, I can see it has no solution. If you add two numbers, that sum can't be equal to two different numbers."

 

Do you agree with Tyler?

 

Explain your reasoning.

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Are you ready for more?

In rectangle ABCD, side AB is 8 centimeters and side BC is 6 centimeters. F is a point on BC and E is a point on AB. The area of triangle DFC is 20 square centimeters, and the area of triangle DEF is 16 square centimeters. What is the area of triangle AED?

 

Do not include units (square centimeters) in your answer.

 

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