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Not shading the number line to indicate all possible solution values. Not giving the number line a numerical scale at all. Questions Eliciting Thinking On the number line, do the negative numbers get larger as you move to the right or to the left?

What does an open or closed circle indicate on a graph? How do you choose which one to use? How do you decide which direction to shade? What does the arrow mean on the graph of an inequality? Is there a way to use a specific value to check if your shading is correct?

What does the inequality symbol mean? Does it include numbers that are greater than or less than the given number? Does it also include the exact value of the given number?

How can you show this on the graph? Instructional Implications Provide instruction on graphing inequalities on the number line. Be sure the student understands the conventions in graphing inequalities and their meaning e.

If necessary, provide instruction on the meaning of the inequality symbols. Have the student graph a variety of inequalities including some with the variable written to the right of the inequality symbol and write inequalities to match given graphs.

Review what it means for a number to be a solution of an inequality. Give an example of an inequality and provide a set of numbers, some of which are not solutions. Demonstrate how to use substitution to test numbers to determine whether or not they are solutions.

Almost There The student makes minor errors in writing, solving, or graphing the inequality. Examples of Student Work at this Level The student makes one minor error but all other work is correct given the error.

For example, the student: Makes a calculation error in some step of the problem. Changes Drops the negative symbol during some step of the problem.

Partially solves the inequality using a numerical approach before writing it.

Questions Eliciting Thinking Can you review your work and look for any errors with your calculations?Inequalities and Their Graphs Date_____ Period____ Draw a graph for each inequality. Write an inequality for each graph.

21) x Create your own worksheets like this one with Infinite Pre-Algebra. Free trial available at ashio-midori.com This exercise involves reading and analysing data from charts, calculating averages and percentages and estimating length. It will also help you with the Driving Theory Test and hopefully help you to stay safe when you are driving.

Automatic works cited and bibliography formatting for MLA, APA and Chicago/Turabian citation styles. Now supports 7th edition of MLA. Inequalities - Write and Graph Inequalities Worksheet This Free Pre-Algebra Worksheet is comprised of problems on the basics of inequalities. Students must graph inequalities on number lines and write inequalities for given statements.

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