Graphing systems of inequalities – Is it really that much harder than graphing linear systems? Yet, the combination of skills flummoxes too many students. This practice draws emphasis on the new skill (shading the common solution area) and lets students move beyond the known skills of graphing linear equations. It also cuts down the time it takes for you, the teacher, to grade or give immediate feedback.
Find three subtle levels of this 9 question graphing systems of linear inequalities practice. An answer message makes grading a snap.
★Common Core Standard: REI. D. 12 ★
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