Graphing Activity

Are you or your students struggling to understand how to graph lines given an equation. Give this worksheet a try it's free. The worksheet contains the following objectives:

  • Graph an equation for the given domain.
  • Graph a line using points calculated from an equation that is in slope-intercept form (or y-intercept form).
  • Graph a line for an equation in standard form by changing the equation to slope intercept form and then calculating points on the line.

The graphs are 8x8 and the equations are changeable in the Open Office format.

General Flash Grapher

This flash graphing application was created because I needed a program where I could quickly create point and line graphs while lecturing my Algebra I class. It's pretty simple to use just click a button and you can place as many points, lines, and curves on the graph as you want. Click the red X to make them all go away.

Flash Line Grapher

Here is a resouce that I created to help present the graphing concept to my students. Instructions may be found at the bottom of this page. I decided to share this with everyone since teachers are always looking for resource. You should be able to use this graphing tool pretty easily while explaining graphing to your students.

If this looks interesting you may also be interested in the Student Line Grapher which can record students answers.

Finding the Greatest Common Factor

Here is a little flash file that I created this morning to hopefully help you understand how to find the greatest common factor between two numbers. I hope to add audio to this later but don't have the time at the moment.

Factoring Polynomial Worksheets

Here are several worksheets that will help students practice factoring polynomials. Each worksheet has 11 problems. The worksheets are divided up into several common forms of polynomials x2 + bx + c, x2 - bx - c, x2 + bx - c, x2 - bx - c, difference of squares, and perfect squares.

These files may be freely distributed provided the original copyright is not changed. If you make changes to the Open Office document add your copyright information to the footer of the document.

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