# TRAPPED: Digital Breakout Linear Inequalities & Systems of Linear Inequalities

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Being stuck in the zoo,

After closing time

In the dark,

With the unnerving sounds of hungry animals surrounding you.

You and your class had not been informed of the closing times, and are now locked in the zoo. Aside from the animals, your group members are the only people around. After wandering for a while, you finally come across the main exit. However, it also appears to be locked.

Luckily, a classmate of yours finds a keypad a few meters from the door, and you all go to investigate. The keypad lock appears to require five combinations in order to unlock. A note at its side reads:

"IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Clues to the combinations of the locks are located around the Zoo. Find them, and you will escape.

If not....

The animals' cages open at 8:00 pm. They're usually very hungry. "

Its currently 7:20 pm

Good luck!

This digital Breakout is a review of working with Linear Inequalities & Systems of Linear Inequalities focusing on:

► Writing Linear Inequalities from Graphs

► Matching Linear Inequality to its graph

► Determining whether a given point is a solution to a Linear Inequality

► Applications on Linear Inequalities

► Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities [MUST USE THE ATTACHED GRAPHING PAPER]

► Matching a System of Linear Inequalities to its graph

► Determining whether a given point is a solution to a System of Linear Inequalities

► Applications on Systems of Linear Inequalities

Students must feel comfortable with:

☑ Graphing Linear Inequalities

☑ Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities

☑ Determining whether a point is a solution or not from Graphs of Linear Inequality/System of Linear Inequalities

☑ Determining whether a point is a solution or not given the Linear Inequality/System of Linear Inequalities

☑ Working with Real World Applications

There are 5 locks that require unique combinations. Students may work individually, with pairs, or groups in unlocking these locks. Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, and Critical Thinking are very evident as students trying to breakout.

Students will interact with:

► Google Sites (Must have access)

► Google Sheets (Must have access)

► Google Forms (Must have access)

► Google Slides (Must have access)

Please make sure that school/district does not block out of domain sharing of Google Drive Resources.

When this activity was completed by my students they shared how much they've enjoyed it as it allowed them to work together and the "Mystery" part of it when finding the combinations made them think outside the box.

In this product you'll find:

► Visual step-by-step instructions on breaking each of the 5 locks

► Optional Recording Form

► Combinations to breakout

► Optional Hint Cards

► Optional Site Map (NEW: When I divided my students into 2 groups (7-8 students per group), I gave each group this site map so they could IDENTIFY and DIVIDE the locks amongst themselves. Students who managed to unlock one of the locks moved on to help their partners in the group. This site map allowed students to stay in control and focused. I truly hope you like using it)

As this activity has 5 locks, you may choose to complete all locks or skip some. If you decide to skip some locks, just provide the students with the combination to that particular lock.

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•SUNKEN: Digital Breakout about Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing

•EXPEDITION: Digital Breakout about Solving Systems of Equations by Substitution

•UFO: Digital Breakout about Solving Systems of Equations by Elimination

•BLIZZARD: Digital Breakout about Arithmetic & Geometric Series

•HOME ALONE: Digital Breakout about Exponential & Logarithmic Functions

You may also like these related activities:

☑ EMOJI Bundle - Systems of Inequalities

☑ Google Form Quiz: Systems of Inequalities

☺ Would love to hear your feedback ☺. Please don't forget to come back and rate this product when you have a chance. You will also earn TPT credits. Enjoy and I ☺ Thank You ☺ for visiting my ☺ Never Give Up On Math ☺ store!!!

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This product is intended for personal use in one classroom only. For use in multiple classrooms, please purchase additional licenses.

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