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In this self-checking Google® version of the activity students will have to identify linear inequalities from a graph to work their way through a maze. Students may have to rewrite some inequalities from a standard form in equality into slope intercept form to determine the correct path.
There are 16 graphs of inequalities and many inequalities use similar numbers so students must use their algebra skills to complete the maze. Not all boxes are used in the maze to prevent students from just figuring out the correct route.
Please see the preview to make sure theses problems are appropriate for your classes.
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