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Students will graph 12 systems of inequalities and identify possible solutions in this fun coloring activity. There are 6 systems written in slope-intercept form and 6 systems written in standard form which require students to solve before graphing. Three themes included: Thanksgiving ChristmasNon-S

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Also included in: SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS Bundle

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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Also included in: Systems of Equations Algebra Foldable Bundle

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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Graphing systems of inequalities – Is it really that much harder than graphing linear systems? Yet, the combination of skills flummoxes too many students. This practice draws emphasis on the new skill (shading the common solution area) and lets students move beyond the known skills of graphing lin

Systems of Inequalities Card Match Activity with Guided Practice Format
Students will reinforce their understanding of Graphing Systems of Inequalities by matching 16 graphs with their systems in a Card Match Activity. All 16 systems are multiple variations of the same system which allows students

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This package includes 8 word problems to helps students truly understand linear inequalities in real life situations. Each problem involves multiple inequalities and has students graph and shade in all possible solutions. Problems increase in complexity, and students will be able to see the advant

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Scavenger hunts are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will leave them stuck at a dead end. Successfully completing the scavenger hunt requires students to slow down and check their work.

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This is a foldable which reviews graphing systems of linear inequalities.
Each flap has one problem. Students determine if the line is dashed or solid and if they shade above or below the line. In some questions students will need to solve for “y”. It is best if students use two different colors

This 12- question scavenger hunt provides students with practice solving systems of linear inequalities by graphing. Note: All questions are already in slope-intercept form!
You will receive:
• 12 pages/ 12 questions to be posted around the classroom
• Student Recording Sheet & Answer Key
• Di

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Students are given real-world scenarios and are asked to create a system of inequalities and graph them using solid or dashed lines and proper shading. Four problems are included.
Included is an answer key.

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Algebra that FunctionsSolving and Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities PracticeMy product Solving and Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities Practice has 25 problems with no prep required by you! These problems are perfect for giving your students the practice they need to master solving and gr

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Often students are asked to participate in fundraising to support their school and/or organizations, but how do those organizations set goals for selling? In this activity, students will use their knowledge of graphing systems of inequalities (or linear programming) to propose fundraising goals. T

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Graphing Systems of Inequalities can be time consuming and messy to grade. For this reason I made this set of matching Task Cards so that students can match the graphs to the correct system of inequalities.
Critical thinking skills are needed to match up the graph with the set of inequalities by k

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This Systems of Inequalities foldable contains:
* a warm-up
* steps to graphing systems of linear inequalities
* an example with work shown
* 2 guided example problems
* 3 independent practice problems
* answer key
This foldable includes 2 versions; a pdf version and an editable version
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Are Systems of Linear Inequalities bogging down your students? Sometimes referred to as Linear Programming, graphing systems of linear inequalities seems complicated to students with weak linear graphing skills. Distracted by basic graphing questions, these students never get enough practice with

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In this activity, students will help Cupid find classmates to target for Valentine's Day! Each student will have eight of their classmates write their name next to a system of linear inequalities on the activity sheets. Then, they will solve and graph the systems. If the heart on the graph falls

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In this activity students apply their knowledge of systems of inequalities (or linear programming) to a very real life problem – their semester grade! This activity is intended for high school students to determine what grades they need for their 2nd quarter and exam to earn a particular grade for

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This resource includes a foldable page on solving systems of inequalities. Systems of inequalities are introduced, and students will learn how to solve systems of inequalities. They will also complete practice solving systems of inequalities.
Interactive Notebooks are a great way to share informati

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This Systems of Linear Inequalities Card Sort Activity tests student knowledge on matching verbal descriptions of linear inequalities with their respective graphs, systems of inequalities (in standard form), and interpretation of solutions. Within the Card Sort Activity there are 4 categories of car

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This is a stations activity with a twist. Students use their answer from their current station to determine their next station.
Students will practice solving systems of linear inequalities graphically. Station cards are included to post around the room as well as an answer key for the teacher a

This puzzle includes 6 questions that are designed to help students practice solving real-life systems of inequalities. Students will need to cut out 18 puzzle pieces and match them together in groups of four (word problem, defined variables, inequalities, and graph).
Please note that the only nu

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Systems of Linear Inequalities : This packet contains worksheets on graphing linear equations. These worksheets are great for differentiation and remediation.
This packet includes:
Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities Graphic Organizer
Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities Examples
Graphing S

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Color Me Funky System of Linear Inequalities
Self-Checking activity. 14 System of Linear Inequalities problems that students match to the graph. 6 are in slope intercept form and 8 in standard form.
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This 6- question worksheet provides students with practice graphing systems of inequalities on the coordinate plane. The first page includes 3 questions with inequalities already written in slope- intercept form. The second page also includes 3 questions but they need to be re-written into slope-

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