In this inequalities worksheet, students use two steps to solve 16 inequality problems. A line graph is provided to graph the answers, and an answer key is provided.
Students solve one and two-step inequalities. In this Algebra I instructional activity, students solve inequalities using paper and pencil and use the TI-nspire CAS to check each steps in their work. Additionally, the solve feature...
Need more detail in showing your class how to solve two-step equations and proportions? This lesson plan outlines the steps young mathematicians need to solve simple equations and check their results.
In this solving inequalities worksheet, learners add and subtract to isolate the variable for 26 inequalities. Each solution is then graphed on a number line.
Here's a simple worksheet on solving and graphing inequalities for your algebra class. Learners solve 24 questions, graphing each on a number line. Numbers include fractions, integers, and negative numbers.
In this algebra worksheet, 11th graders solve two step algebraic inequalities and graph their solution on a number line. This worksheet contains 20 graphing problems with an answer key.
Although graphing a linear inequality on the plane is but a few steps added onto the graphing of a linear equation, for many learners the logical leap is quite intimidating. This approachable PowerPoint presentation breaks graphing...
In this writing two-step equations learning exercise, students translate word sentences into algebraic problems. Afterward, they use algebra to solve two-step equations containing one variable. This one-page learning exercise contains...
Many problems in life have more than one possible solution, and the same is true for advanced mathematics. Scholars solve seven problems that all have at least two solutions. Then three higher-level thinking questions challenge them to...
In this one-step inequality learning exercise, students solve given inequality equations and graph the solution on a number line. This four-page learning exercise contains 24 problems. Answers are provided on the last two pages.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Six story problems needing answers await your class. Pictures provide some scaffolding, but consider also using unit cubes and 10-rods to compose and solve equations for each. Some of the problems require a two-step processes to solve. A...
Virginia Department of Education
Not all resources are created equal — and your class benefits! Scholars learn how to solve one-step inequalities using inverse operations. They complete an activity matching inequalities to their solutions.
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...
One thing that puzzles a lot of young algebrists is the factors in a word problem that are taken as "understood". This presentation on solving systems of linear inequalities does a great job walking the learner through how to tease those...
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Designed to help readers recognize the point of view of the author of a primary source documents and analyze how that point of view influences the reliability of a text, young historians examine two personal letters, one written by...
In this algebra worksheet, students solve inequalities using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Answers to the 6 problems could also be graphed. An answer key is provided.
West Contra Costa Unified School District
Life isn't fair ... like inequalities. After first reviewing inequality symbols and how to read inequality statements, learners discover how to solve one-step inequalities and graph their solution sets.
Need lessons on writing and solving one- and two-step linear equations and inequalities, as well as systems of equations? This comprehensive 106-page module from the Georgia Department of Education contains many different lessons for a...
University of Utah
Use of the resource = Opportunities for increased learning. Learners must use equations and inequalities to solve real world and geometric problems.
In this geometry worksheet, 10th graders complete an indirect proof and order the sides or angles of a triangle. Also, students determine if a triangle can have sides with the given lengths. The two page worksheet contains twelve...
Sinclair Community College
Your learners will appreciate the complete picture of linear inequalities presented in this lesson plan. Starting simply with definitions and moving all the way to solving linear inequality word problems this activity is simple to follow...
This study guide is a great resource to help you present the steps to graphing linear inequalities. Show your class two different ways to graph an inequality and work on a real-world example together. The document could also be easily...
Ready to study inequalities with your class? Use this worksheet to solve multi-step inequalities and graph the solutions. The document would be great to use as a study guide as you present the material, or could easily be modified and...