Read this explanation of how to graph inequalities of the form y > mx b, where > could also be <, ≤, or ≥. Notice that instead of using a test point, you can use the intuitive rule toshade above the line when y is greater than the functionshade below the line when y is less than the functionHowever, you can still use a test point instead if that method is the one with which you are most comfortable.
Algebra 1: First Semester Test (Midterm) and Study Guide
This file contains 24 Algebra I/Integrated I Common Core based EOC review questions. Each question is labeled with a number for easy grading. The questions can be used for instructional purposes, review work, partner work, or for the grab bag activity. I have included an answer key for easy grading!
These problem cards will provide lots of practice! Here are 48 problems to use to practice multiplying and dividing algebraic fractions with factoring. Simple activity suggestions are included. This set of questions is very versatile and good for use in an Algebra I or Algebra II course. Questions can be sorted to make an easier set or a more challenging one. CCSS A-APR