Graph Linear Inequalities 2 variables Part 4

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In this lesson, Julie Harland reviews how to graph linear inequalities with two variables, using special cases. She guides viewers through four problems, explaining how to graph each one and decide which side of the line to shade. Harland also reminds viewers that if they forget how to graph a line, they can always make a little chart with ordered pairs. She encourages viewers to visit her website for more math videos organized by topic.

Lesson Description:

Part 4 of graphing linear inequalities with 2 variables that are special cases.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you graph linear inequalities with 1 variable in a coordinate plane?
  • How do you graph y > -1 in a coordinate plane?
  • How do you graph y <= 2 in a coordinate plane?
  • How do you graph x >= 3 in a coordinate plane?
  • How do you graph x < 0 in a coordinate plane?
  • How do you graph vertical and horizontal lines?
  • How do you know which side of a line to shade in an inequality?
  • How can you graph an equation with only x or only y by using a table?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
    This lesson goes through 4 different problems, all of which have only one variable in them. All of these horizontal / vertical lines are graphed and shaded. All steps involved in graphing / shading these 4 problems are shown and explained.