Create a graph to match inequality worksheet is designed to help grade 6 students master this critical skill. Students first understand what inequality is. An inequality is a mathematical statement that contains a symbol such as <, >, ≤, or ≥.
For example, 2x + 3 < 7 is an inequality where 2x + 3 is compared to 7 using the symbol <. To graph an inequality, students must first identify the variables involved in the inequality such as x or y.
Once the variables are identified, students must shade the area of the graph that satisfies the inequality. The shaded area represents all the possible values that the variables can take to satisfy the inequality.