The first pages (28-29) are dedicated to reviewing writing linear equations. I've included an insert to glue detailing the coordinate plane, slope basics, and a chart comparing equations of lines. The rest of the page is used for practice space and listing steps for writing equations.
The second set of pages (30-31) is all about parallel and perpendicular lines. I included a small foldable comparing theorems for slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines and comparing processes for writing equations of parallel and perpendicular lines. The rest of the of page is practice space for determining if lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither and for writing equations of parallel and perpendicular lines.
Page 32 is the midpoint formula. The foldable on this page details using the formula. I created the foldable to illustrate isolating the x-values and the y-values to determine the midpoint. The rest of page is practice space.
Page 33 is for equations of perpendicular bisectors. The whole page is used as practice space.
On page 34, students will staple in a worksheet for systems of linear quadratics.
Lastly, page 35 is for the distance formula. The whole page is used for practice space.