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- 1. Algebra 1 Lesson 7.13 Graphing Linear Inequalities
- 2. Table Discussion Graphing Inequalities Graphing "equalities"
- 3. Review: Graphing Linear "Equalities" HOY Horizontal Slope: "0" y= ____ & VUX Vertical slope: undefined x = _______
- 4. Review: Graphing Linear "Equalities" slope y-intercept y = mx + b 1x + 2 y=4
- 5. What does the... line mean? 1x + 2 y=4 all the points on the line are solutions
- 6. What are the 4 inequalities? *Boundary line Less than Greater than Less than or equal to Greater than or equal to
- 7. Graphing Linear Inequalities y>5 x < -6
- 8. Graphing Linear Inequalities y ≥ -2 y<4 x≤3 x > -5
- 9. Review: Graphing Linear "Equalities" = 1x+2 y>4
- 10. Review: Graphing Linear "Equalities" = 3x - 2y ≤ -2
- 11. 2x + 5y = 10 2x + 5y = 10
- 12. 3x + y = -6 3x + y = -6
- 13. http://goo.gl/uKHOq
- 14. 1. Where does it cross the y-intercept? 2. What is the slope? 3. How does the boarder look like 4. Where do you shade? 5. What point is a solution? 6. What point is NOT a solution?

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