Perfect your skills Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities
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From basic to most advanced you will learn how to graph a system of linear inequalities
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203 students enrolled
Published 11/2014
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
What Will I Learn?
  • Students will be able to graph horizontal and vertical inequalities
  • Students will be able to graph linear inequalities in slope intercept form
  • Students will be able to graph linear inequalities in standard form
  • Students will be able to identify the feasible region of two or more linear inequalities
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Requirements
  • Students should know how to graph linear inequalities
  • Students should know how to graph systems of equations
Description

This course is apart of the series for solving system of equations and inequalities. Like with any book or lesson plan the course is broken down into three parts. Introduction Examples Conclusion The introduction is provides the student with a solid foundation needed to move forward in the proceeding sections. The introduction prepares students by explaining what skills and knowledge a student needs to know before starting the course. All of the important definitions and processes that will be used in this course are outlined and explained within the section. In the examples section the student will have access to a wide variety of problems that not only focus on basic to advanced problems but also additional showcase different skills that students may need in problems for their own test or homework. The variety of the problems are designed to always keep the student thinking but remained focused on applying the general concepts of the course. Each example is accompanied with a step by step tutorial for the student to follow if they get stuck or simply want to check their answer. If the student prefers to try on their own but just wants a hint on how to start. Each tutorial's description outlines the properties and processes associated with the problem as well as a helpful hints on how to get started. To finish of the course you will be asked to discuss and reflect on a set of essential questions that cover the general idea's discussed within the course. You may also elect to test your skills by completing the problems in the challenge section. Lastly a summary will be provided with common mistakes and highlighted points from the course need to reinforced. If you are looking at improving your skills for solving systems of linear inequalities. This course is designed for you.

Who is the target audience?
  • Students who want to learn step by step how to graph linear inequalities
  • Students who want to eliminate stress with their current math class
  • Students taking Algebra 2
  • Students taking College Algebra
  • Students taking Algebra 1
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Curriculum For This Course
28 Lectures
02:00:21
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My First Section
1 Lecture 02:04
What do I need to know
02:04

Essential Questions
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Essential Definitions and Processes
6 Lectures 24:11
Essential Understandings

How do we use test points to shade a linear inequality?
03:54

How do we determine if a boundry line is dashed or solid?
02:10

How do you graph a linear equation in standard form
04:34

How do you graph a linear equation is slope intercept form
06:44

How do you graph a linear inequality
03:54

Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.
How do you graph a system of linear inequalities
02:55
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Examples
17 Lectures 01:34:06
Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.
Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 1
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.
Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 4
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.
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Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 6
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.
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Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 8
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.

Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 9
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Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 10
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.

Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 11
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.
Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 12
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.
Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 13
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.

Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 14
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.

Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 15
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.

Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 16
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.

Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 17
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.

Graph a system of linear inequalities ex 18
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Conclusion
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Graphing a linear system of inequalities is very similar to graphing a system of linear equations because graph a system of inequalities we have to graph each inequality separately and graphing linear inequalities follows the same processes as graphing linear equations. The difference between graphing linear equations and inequalities is the shading. Likewise the solution of inequalities is going to be bounded by the region of that satisfies both inequalities where the solution of a system is the intersection of both equations.

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I am a high school that is on a mission to improve math education. I was that student that sat in the back of class frustrated with the boredom of class and the lack of understanding. I made the decision to become a math teacher to make a difference in others lives. I knew that with the struggles I had I could relate well to students that struggled with math. With a weak math background I set out to get a degree in mathematics. In was a difficult journey and I worked very hard not just to pass my math classes but to have an understanding of what I was doing. I learned a lot about myself, mathematics and what it takes to be successful in class through my time at college. I want to pass along my experience to you the student so that may have your own success with mathematics.

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