Graphing Linear Inequalities
TEKS Aligned: A3D
Students 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 graphing the line. The last question asks them to identify any 3 points that make the inequality true based upon their graph. There are 4 problems in total, all written in slope-intercept form. Key included.
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