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It would be an inequality if you stopped at linear equations and didn't graph linear inequalities too. The last video in the series combines the idea of compound inequalities with linear systems to create a new type of system. Learners discover that the double shaded area becomes a solution just like it would have on a number line.
- Use the prior videos in the series for extra practice with solving systems of linear equations
- Presumes learners have prior knowledge on graphing lines
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- Several review problems of simple inequalities are explained in preparation for linear inequalities