

Graph Single Inequalities 
Graph a System of Inequalities 
Identifying Solutions to Systems 
Writing Systems 
Students will be able to:
· Graph a single inequality in pointform, slopeintercept form, or standard form.
· Determine if points on the boundary line should be included in the solution set (solid) or not included in the solution set (dashed)
· Determine on which side of the boundary line does the solution set fall and show this by shading that side.
· Match graphed inequalities with their corresponding algebraic inequality.

Students will be able to:
· Use the skills from the first category to graph multiple linear inequalities on the same coordinate plane to determine where the overlapping solution set lies.
· Interpret a graph where the full shading of each separate inequality is shown AND interpret a graph where only final overlapping solution set is shown.
· Match graphed systems of inequalities with their corresponding algebraic systems of inequalities. 
Students will be able to:
· Determine if an ordered pair is in the solution set of a system using only the algebraic inequalities.
· Determine if an ordered pair is in the solution set of a system using only the graph of the inequalities.
· Determine if an ordered pair is in the solution set of a system using either the graph of the inequalities OR the algebraic inequalities. 
Students will be able to:
· Write inequalities from a graph where only final overlapping solution set is shown.
· Write inequalities from a graph where the full shading of each separate inequality is shown.


Day 1: Graphing Linear Inequalities
Day 2: Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities
Day 3: Review