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# Graphing Linear Equations and Inequalities

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This zip folder includes both a word document and a PDF version of guided notes and practice for graphing linear equations (review) and linear inequalities in both slope-intercept form and standard form.

The notes contain one example of a linear equation in slope-intercept form, one example of a linear equation in standard form, guided steps for graphing a linear inequality, two examples of a linear inequality in slope-intercept form, and one example of a linear inequality in standard form. Each example includes a coordinate grid for graphing the example by hand (using slope and y-intercept or x- and y-intercepts). Also, each example has follow up questions about solutions and non-solutions. The students will be able to explain whether or not a given ordered pair is a solution by graphing or substitution. There are five additional practice inequalities that students can work on individually once the notes are completed. The practice contains additional inequalities because students should have already been exposed to the basics of linear equations previously and only require a review to continue building upon.

Once the students have their notes and practice completed they can work in small groups or individually to match the given graphs to the given equations or inequalities. You can choose to either have the students write the letter of the graph with the numbered equation or physically cut and match them and glue them on construction paper.

If the entire document is used I believe 3 -90 minute class periods could be used to complete this. You can use less of the materials if you are in a crunch and do not have 3 days to spare on this.

If you have any questions or comments please email us at MATHbyCandaceandApril@gmail.com. Thank you!
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