This PowerPoint is designed to introduce the concept of graphing a linear inequality given in slope-intercept form. While a background of graphing a linear equation in slope-intercept form is assumed, a brief review example is included at the beginning of the presentation.
Included in the presentation are two examples, explained in detail in words as well as graphically. After this, there are four practice questions with answers graphically in the PowerPoint. These questions could be used as guided practice, independent practice, or as an exit ticket or closure piece. Also included as the last slide is an enlarged coordinate plane which could be used to illustrate additional examples, have students come up to the board for additional practice, etc.
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