1.Your friend is taking an algebra class that began one week after ours. Explain to your friend how to graph linear inequalities with two variables. Include at least two examples.

2.When graphing a linear inequality, how do you know if the inequality represents the area above the line or below the line?

3.Which quadrant will the area be if x>0 and y

4.Why is it true that any two points satisfying a linear equation will give you the same graph for the line represented by the equation?

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2.When graphing a linear inequality, how do you know if the inequality represents the area above the line or below the line?

3.Which quadrant will the area be if x>0 and y

4.Why is it true that any two points satisfying a linear equation will give you the same graph for the line represented by the equation?

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