# Linear vs Nonlinear Card Sort Activity from TPT

I downloaded this Linear vs Nonlinear Card Sort Activity from Middle School Math Aplenty on Teachers Pay Teachers.

I used our lesson over linear vs non-linear graphs as graphing calculator practice for my Algebra 2 students. Students rearranged each equation to get y by itself and entered it in their graphing calculator.

After getting their answers to the card sort checked, students glued the cards in their interactive notebooks.

Hey Sarah! I love your function transformations foldable. Is there a way I could download the template? I don't see it in the files! Thank you!

fyi~ linear equations are commonly written as y = ax + b.

The standard forms for the intercepts are (a,0) and (0,b). This is why b is the y-intercept. If x=0, y=b therefore (0,b).