This is 2 worksheets on graphing inequalities + a couple of starters that can be used as plenaries too.
In total there are around 50 questions asked here - aimed at GCSE higher level, students are expected to be able work out the equation of a line and hence use inequalities to describe the area above or below that line.
An excellent worksheet which students usually find a little demanding but interesting.
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The A - Z of GCSE Inequalities
Over 150 questions on 4 PDFs coving everything any teacher needs to teach Inequalities / inequations from Key Stage 3 to Higher level GCSE. Everything is here: * using the number line, * listing numbers, * solving inequations with positive x, * solving inequations with negative x, * graphing inequalities, * quadratic inequalities. Over 150 questions, some easy , some devilish. **Many answers are provided too.** *Please give feedback, especially if you like my work - thank you.*
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