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I use these notes to introduce students to graphing linear inequalities. All of these inequalities are given in slope-intercept form and the student is required to graph it using the correct type of line and proper shading. I go over what type of line to use (dotted or solid) and where to shade (abo

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Guided notes teaching students how to graph linear inequalities on a coordinate plane. Emphasis is on "pulling out important information" first, such as slope, y-intercept, type of line (dotted/solid), and shading location, and then using that information to graph. I have also included linear equati

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These notes go over how to graph linear inequalities, including those in standard form. These notes address TEKS: A.3(D) and A.2(H).
A3(D): Graph the solution set of linear inequalities in two variables on the coordinate plane.
A.2(H) Write linear inequalities in two variables given a graph

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Graphing linear inequalities can be a frustrating concept to teach to students because it relies on their understanding of so many concepts and they have to be able to follow several steps! I created a notes packet that has worked well for my students, even in the regular classroom and with special

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Graphing Linear Inequalities - Notes AND Matching Activity!
This is the perfect combination for your students! With this purchase, you will receive notes with vocabulary and examples, along with an answer key. There is also a matching activity that is a great, engaging way to have your students pra

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I work through these examples with my students prior to giving them their classwork/homework. We use composition notebooks so the notes sheets are created so they can be copied, cut, and glued/taped in their math journal.

Note Guide on Graphing Linear Inequalities (in 2 variables). Introduces linear inequalities by first having students recall how to graph an inequality in one variable, & then uses those steps to parallel the process of graphing a linear inequality in two variables. Also includes a challenging wo

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Notes for graphing linear inequalities for Interactive notebook is included as well as a practice page for the notebook.

This is a complete set of foldables for Algebra 2 Unit 3 Systems of Equations and Inequalities.
Sets include:
- Color-coded graphic organizers*
- Black-line master graphic organizers
- Color coded notes with examples.
- Practice problems or activity such as puzzle or card sort
- Answer key for pr

These are the notes I used when introducing Linear Inequalities to my class. It provides definitions and example problems to do on coordinate planes.
I displayed these notes using my projector and then switched to a screen with a coordinate plane in order to show how they are graphed.
Enjoy &

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Introductory Notes for How to Graph Linear Inequalities:
- Background Knowledge Questions
- Basic Steps
- 3 Practice Problems
Other activities to come in a linear inequalities bundle!
**Check out my store for other related topics, like the Linear Equations Bundle. This bundle includes slope-inter

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This item contains notes over graphing linear inequalities in a form of a graphic organizer (face) which can be cut out and glue inside notebooks.

Now with two options!
Option 1 (pink in thumbnail): This foldable organizes four examples for graphing linear inequalities. Each inequality must first be rewritten in slope-intercept form. Each of the four examples uses a different inequality.
Option 2 (blue in thumbnail): This foldable also

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This worksheet can be used to introduce systems of linear inequalities. At the top, there is a place for students to make notes about the boundary line (solid or dashed) depending on the inequality symbol, how to determine which region is supposed to be shaded, and what it means to be a 'solution'

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Quick & clear introduction to systems of linear inequalities with one notes page to lead your class through then 9 practice problems to try on their own.
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This foldable is divided into the following three tabs:
1. "How- To"- Students will take notes on boundary lines, shading, and determining what a "solution" is
2. Guided Practice- Two practice problems that the teacher can go through with the entire class
3. Independent Practice - Two additional

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6 pages. Students explore graphs of linear inequalities by working through the process of filling a truck with two types of crates.
Emphasis is placed upon learning by exploration and visualization. This lesson works well in collaborative groups and assumes a working knowledge of graphing linear EQ

This resource includes a foldable page on graphing linear inequalities (in two variables) plus detailed instructions.
Interactive Notebooks are a great way to share information with students and replace repetitive note taking. Students organize information differently in their minds when they use i

Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of task cards focuses on linear inequalities word problems. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of cards has word problems. The other set has solutions to match.
This resource incl

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This worksheet provides 4 examples so that students can see what the graph of each of the four inequalities will look like. I used this in my 8th grade algebra 1 honors class. This worksheet/ carfeully chosen examples make the content easy to understand.
I have typed the exact examples in a PPT,

In this inquiry based, discovery activity students examine the location of points about a line and then answer questions about whether those points are solutions to an inequality. The goal of this activity is for students to observe that all of the points that are solutions to a less than inequalit

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This is a great introduction to graphing linear inequalities. Students will see the difference in the graphs for each inequality symbol.
***IMPORTANT!***
To print, choose option to print double-sided on SHORT side. Do NOT choose option to fit or shrink to page.

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This packet includes two (2) versions of the Linear Inequalities Scavenger Hunt activity - a total of 24 cards. By having two sets of cards with 12 problems each, your students will have a couple of opportunities to learn and have fun while solving Linear Inequalities. Who likes sitting around for t

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Guided Notes for Graphing Linear Inequalities
Step by step for graphing in two variables and solving word problems.
For a discounted bundle of notes for Systems of Equations and Linear Inequalities:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Systems-of-Equations-and-Inequalities-Notes-Bundle-1

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