Algebra I Graphing Inequalities Two Variables Notes Practice Homework Editable U3
**This resource is 100% editable.** Teach your Algebra students how to graph linear inequalities in two variables.
This resource consists of fill-in-the-blank notes, “I Try, You Try” practice, and also homework. Just print and go by using the pdf and you can also edit it in Powerpoint to customize for your students’ needs. Don’t like the fill-in the blank notes? Then use the answer key and the blanks are filled in for you! Additionally, the homework aligns with the practice problems. Last but not least, the worked out answer key is included.
This Algebra I Graphing Inequalities Two Variables resource includes:
- Notes: Fill-in the Blanks vocabulary, examples, and a reflection/questions section.
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- Practice: 8 problems in an “I Try, You Try” format
- Homework: 8 problems that align with the practice problems
- Worked out Answer Keys for Notes, Practice, and Homework
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