Are Systems of Linear Inequalities bogging down your students? Sometimes referred to as Linear Programming, graphing systems of linear inequalities seems complicated to students with weak linear graphing skills. Distracted by basic graphing questions, these students never get enough practice with shading and choosing whether to make the boundary line solid or not.
This one page worksheet
is designed to provide graphing support so that students can focus on the key concepts of graphing linear inequalities and systems of linear inequalities. Call it UDL if you want to. If students do not need the graphing support they can simply fold back the sides. As the teacher, you could differentiate by having some students fold back the sides and some use the support.
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Students graph 4 linear inequalities and then 5 systems of linear inequalities (made from combinations of the original 4 single inequalities). There are NO word problems on this worksheet, just graphing systems of linear inequalities.
An answer key is not
included because it has come to my attention that the shading of linear inequalities is treated differently in some countries.
Teacher tested; student approved.
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