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Ready to go solving inequalities group activity for math lab, small groups, or full-class review activity.
Students match one, two and multi-step inequalities with their solution and coordinating graphs.
Student worksheet includes thought-provoking questions, analysis of problem solving strategie

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Students will practice writing an inequality from a word problem, solving it, graphing it, and interpreting the solution. The catch is that they will be doing this in a group of 4 and only able to see what the person before them did. This activity makes them focus on solving the inequalities one st

Students solve and graph multi-step inequalities in 1 variable in this activity that doubles as classroom decor. Some inequalities include fractions or decimals. Many of the problems require students to flip the inequality sign while solving. Once a pennant is complete, it can be hung along a string

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Also included in: Algebra Pennants Bundle

This document is a carousel activity. Upon purchasing you will have 12 question pieces, a student recording sheet, and an answer key.
There are 12 questions that ask students to graph the system of inequalities. The recording sheet has graphs for students to use.
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This activity will get your students out of their seats and working cooperatively in small groups. They will use their knowledge of solving inequalities in order to solve problems.
This is one of my favorite activities to do as a review & as a way to deepen students’ understanding of concepts t

Also included in: Maze Review Game Bundle

This is a group activity designed to introduce the student to Graphing Linear Inequalities in Standard Form. In the activity, students work together in groups of 4 to determine where to shade the line. The line is already graphed for them and each student checks a point (each point conveniently loca

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Also included in: Graphing Inequalities Mini-Bundle (A3D)

Students solve and graph absolute value inequalities in 1 variable in this activity that doubles as math class decor. Once a pennant is complete, it can be hung along a string in your classroom to show the world that, "Hey, we know how to solve and graph absolute value!" Included are 20 pennants, an

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Also included in: Algebra Pennants Bundle

These stations will help students to practice solving and graphing inequalities. This is a great group activity to have them spread out around the room and have students rotate from station to station. There are some inequalities that have all real numbers as the solution, as well as some with no so

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Activities Growing Bundle

This is a class activity for groups. The class is shown a word problem (there are 4 in this file) and an inequality and asked if their inequality is true for the word problem and to defend their answer. I used this with my students and had better discussions than we usually have with other activit

Graphing Linear Inequalities TEKS Aligned: A3DStudents work in groups of 4 - each with a different colored pencil. They answer one question and then pass the paper. Questions include determining if the line would be solid or dotted, shaded above or below, identifying the m and the b, and then graphi

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Also included in: Graphing Inequalities Mini-Bundle (A3D)

This activity includes: 6 pages of questions (12 questions in all), a student recording sheet, and an answer key. Each question sheet has a 1-step absolute value inequality problem on it. Students will solve the inequality and graph the solution on the recording sheet.
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When the strips of paper are cut out, students can match inequalities and solutions.
All inequalities take 2 steps to solve.
All solutions are written with x on the left hand side, and students will be required to know "flip the sign" when multiplying or dividing by a negative number.
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In this activity, students will practice graphing linear inequalities and absolute value inequalities. There are 13 different graphs for students to do and a worksheet for them to record all their graphs. Students will need to be able to simplify some of the inequalities before they are ready to g

Use this Response Group Activity to introduce students to the inequalities in Russia leading up to WWI and the Russian Revolution.
Includes Reading Cards, Image Cards, and Response Questions for each of the four social class groups of 1800s Russia:
Peasants
Clergy
Nobility
Intellectuals
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Included is a cut and paste domino activity on solving multi-step inequalities. Students will be solving 14 problems that involve multi-step inequalities. This is a great activity for students to work individually, in pairs, or in a small group. You can decide if you would like students to color the

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Also included in: Math Dominoes Activities (Growing Bundle)

8 stations-8 problems at each station!Students can complete 1 or 2 problems at each station!There is also an addition option for students to show interval notation with their answers and graph!* Station A: Solving 2-Step Inequalities* Station B: Solving 2-Step Inequalities with Distribution.* Stat

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Writing & Graphing Inequalities Matching ActivityThis matching activity is a great math center to practice writing and graphing inequalities. This activity is aligned with the 6th grade Math Common Core Standards. Students must determine if they should shade the circle or leave it open. In addi

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Also included in: Writing & Graphing Inequalities BUNDLE

Included is a cut and paste domino activity on solving two-step inequalities. Students will be solving 14 problems that involve two-step inequalities. This is a great activity for students to work individually, in pairs, or in a small group. You can decide if you would like students to color their d

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Also included in: Math Dominoes Activities (Growing Bundle)

This activity allows students to discover the properties of the Triangle Inequality Theorem. The activity is followed questions and scaffolded notes.Each student or group will need paper straws or raw spaghetti.The preview contains student pages for your perusal. A teacher key is provided with purch

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Also included in: Triangles: Special Segments Bundle

Group activity allowing students to translate verbal to algebraic and vice versa for expressions, equations, and inequalities. Students work in groups of 3 and are not given any teacher assistance. They need to work their way through the activity in one class period, usually after a brief review/les

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Students will have to match the problem with its solution and graph.
Cut each card out and shuffle. Make multiple copies for various groups to race!

This is a great, engaging hands-on activity to practice graphing linear inequalities!For this activity, students can work individually or in groups. Each group will be given the 20 cut-out puzzle pieces included in this file. The goal of the group will be to put the linear inequality with the correc

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