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Graphical inequality GCSE (1-9)

Graphical inequality is a completely interactive lesson for your GCSE class that will teach learners how to solve and graph inequalities in 2 variables.



Graphical inequality is a completely interactive lesson for GCSE learners.

Learning Objectives include:

  • solve and graph inequalities in 2 variables;

  • represent linear inequalities as regions on the coordinate plane;

  • determine if a given point is a solution of a linear inequality; and

  • represent the solution set on a graph.

Teachers can use this lesson for whole class teaching and as well as at home by learners.
There are lots of drag and drop activities on graphical inequalities with instant feedback, as well as exam questions.
The lesson contains 35 interactive pages.

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