# Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities Row Relay Activity

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This activity requires students to practice putting inequalities in slope intercept form, graphing and shading inequalities, and deciding whether points are solutions or not. Students are put in teams of 6 (I have rows of 6 in my classroom) and follow the directions on the row relay activity sheet. Once the relay is finished, the teacher uses the answer key provided to check the group. I give extra credit or candy to the row that wins! There are two different row relay activities included. The teacher needs to make enough copies of each relay for each team participating. Hint: If you don’t have multiples of 6 in your classroom, just assign two roles to one person in the team.

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