Algebra Interval Notation Task Cards
This activity is appropriate for all levels of Algebra. Interval notation is an important concept that students have traditionally had difficulty with. This set of task cards reinforces the relationship between interval notation, inequalities, and graphing on a number line.
✓Task Cards: There are 24 Task Cards.
#1 – 10 Given a number line graph, students are to determine the interval in both interval notation and as an inequality. There are two versions of these cards
, one with ( ] notation and the other with open and closed circle notation. Print out the version you prefer.
#11 – 17 Given an inequality and students are to determine the interval notation, and graph it using the real number line.
#18 – 25 Given an interval, students are to determine the inequality, and graph it using the real number line.
✓Master List of questions with answer key included. This can also be used as a worksheet.
✓Student response sheets with blank graphs for selected problems.
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