This is a single page PDF foldable that explains the rules for graphing inequalities on the coordinate plane. The foldable shows when to use a “dotted line” vs. a “solid line” as well as when to “shade up” or “shade down”.
The document’s design allows for it to be used as a foldable, a graphic organizer or even a study guide.
The downloaded file will contain the folding directions.
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Inequalities on a numberline
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