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With the greatest of enthusiasm, I share my most recent power point with you on "Graphing Inequalities in Two Variables".
* The lesson begins with a review showing ordered pairs as solutions to inequalities.
* Step by step, students move into graphing inequalities of vertical and horizon

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My text sadly doesn't have a great number of opportunities for students to graph a linear inequality on a graph, without the student having to first manipulate the equation.
I wrote this worksheet to help my students with the process of graphing. Because they spend a minimum of time setting up the

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This foldable is designed for interactive math notebooks.
This foldable walks students through the process of:
1. Solve an inequality with < and graph
2. Solve an inequality with > and graph
3. Graph an inequality with = (less than or equal)
4. Solve and graph an inequality with >/= (

Also included in: Algebra 1 - Solving Inequalities - Foldable, Task Card, Game BUNDLE

This is a set of two types of task cards for your students.
Set #1:
8 Graphing task cards - I would print on cardstock and then laminate so students can use dry-erase markers to write on them
This set includes 8 different inequalities for students to graph. When the pages are printed with the

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Also included in: Algebra 1 - Solving Inequalities - Foldable, Task Card, Game BUNDLE

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Students will practice the following skills at these stations: write inequalities in 2 variables; graph inequalities in 2 variables; determine if a coordinate pair is a solution to an inequality. Two stations have students write inequalities in standard form. These standard form stations have st

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Also included in: Inequality Bundle

Students will be up and moving in this 10-station activity. Students will solve ten problems requiring them to analyze and match graphs and inequalities.

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By the end of this lesson student's will be able to:
1) Graph the solutions to a linear inequality in two variables as a half-plane.
2) Analyze the graphs of linear inequalities to determine solution sets.
Agenda includes a do now, guided practice,

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This is a set of 16 task cards where students must graph inequalities in two variables. For some equations, students must solve for y first as well as divide by a negative one.
Students can work individually, in pairs, or in a group to complete the problems.
A recording sheet for student work is

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This is a worksheet which allows students to discover how to graph inequalities in two variables. Although this worksheet assumes that students know how to graph equations, it starts with a quick review of graphing equations. It then has 4 inequalities that are graphed, with a matching inequality f

These PowerPoints are designed for teacher, student, tutor, or parent use. The lesson numbers refer to correlation with the textbook, Algebra 2: An Integrated Approach (Larson, Kanold, Stiff). The warm-up problems are based on pre-requisite skills or review of previous lessons. The last page provide

Instead of lecturing my students on how to graph inequalities in two variables (on coordinate axes/ graph paper), as I used to do, I now start class with a mini-lesson (15-20 minutes in length) to go over just one or two examples of what they will be learning about today.
As soon as the mini-lesson

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This worksheet has 4 graphing problems of 2 variable inequalites and determining the vertex and the zeros.
It can be used to review in precalculus also.

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Students learn to graph inequality statements involving two variables by testing various points from a coordinate
grid. When the statement is true, they color in the point. When the statement is false, they leave the circle empty.
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TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES is a set of worksheets for working with two variable inequalities presented in “real world” context. This activity helps students see that the solution of a linear inequality in two variables like Ax + By = C is an ordered pair (x, y) that produces a true statement when the

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Asks students to define the two variables being used, to write a two-variable inequality for each problem, then graph and answer a question using the graph. 4 problems.
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Solving and Graphing Inequalities with 1 variable
This is a worksheet I use with my students to teach and practice solving beginning and more advanced inequalities with one variable. (Note: Do not attempt this if your students are not confident with solving equations yet.)
The first question pract

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Algebra 1 Cornell Notes, 7 pages. Topics include: evaluate, linear, inequality, solution, solution set, coordinate plane, greater than, less than, ordered pair, half plane, infinite, boundary line, region of overlap.

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Algebra 1 Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables in a PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to tell whether

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Six rounds include practice graphing linear inequalities in two variables and writing linear inequalities from graphs.
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Algebra 1 Relay Activities Bundle
Separate students into groups of four and give each student their own copy of Round 1. S

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Inequalities with one variable are hard enough for students to grasp, but add another variable and their brains go a little haywire! I wrote this lesson to make sure I could keep my 8th graders' attention while teaching a new and rather difficult concept.
What better way than through their tummies

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Help your students master the skill of graphing linear inequalities in two variables. This flowchart works for linear inequalities that can be rewritten into slope-intercept form (mx+b form). The skill of rewriting into slope-intercept form as well as remembering to flip the inequality sign upon m

Also included in: Graphing Linear Equations and Inequalities *Flowchart* Graphic Organizer BUNDLE

Each round, all of the coordinates except for one will work for the given inequality. Students will have to substitute in each coordinate to see if it is a solution. You could also provide graph paper and have students graph the inequality and check solutions.
Answer Key is provided in document

Graphing Inequalities (with two variables)
Christy Plumley
I use this worksheet to help my Algebra students practice graphing two variable inequalities. It is a two sheet download with the front side practicing graphing inequalities, some already in slope-intercept form, some that they have to solv

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This test is a scaffolded end of unit test that assesses students familiarity with graphing linear equations and inequalities and associated skills as well as linear word problems.
This test takes my students approximately 45 minutes accounting for slow and fast finishers. I have also included my

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