This Inequalities Sorting Activity is a great way to assess students’ abilities to solve inequalities, including those with absolute value.
Two versions are provided:
Cut and Sort – Students can cut out (or tear off) the inequalities and sort them into the solution chart provided. All pieces are aligned on one side for quick prepping and to minimize time spent cutting.
No Cutting – In the second version, no cutting is required, and students can show their work in the space below each problem.
Students are given 9 inequalities. They will sort each one based on its solution. The inequalities range from basic to complex, including absolute value inequalities.
You will receive a PDF of both soringt task.
Answer key is included, and it is quick to grade!
Use it as a class handout or assessment.
Solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable, including equations with coefficients represented by letters.
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