There are a total of 12 graphs in slope-intercept form, with a mixture of greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, and less than or equal to inequalities.I have included a circuit worksheet version for students who are absent or cannot walk around the room.
For this activity, I cut up the half sheets and post them randomly around my room. The bottom of each half-sheet is a graph of a linear inequality, and the top of the half-sheet is the previous graph’s inequality. I give students the answer doc and they can start at whatever half sheet they’re closest to. Once they determine the equation of the inequality, they search for the answer on a different half sheet, write the name of the corresponding famous mathematician, and complete the new problem.