Solution Sets to Inequalities with Two Variables

What better way to learn graphing inequalities than through discovering your own method! Class members use a discovery approach to finding solutions to inequalities by following steps that lead them through the process and even include some nonlinear examples as a challenge.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Introduce graphing inequalities through discovery
  • Have individuals present discoveries on poster board or white boards
Classroom Considerations

  • Learners must be able to substitute in a two-variable inequality and solve for the other variable
Pros

  • Includes all handouts, keys, and a detailed teacher guide
  • Participants are encouraged to develop their own approaches to graphing inequalities
  • A comparison is made between equations and inequalities of all types
Cons

  • None