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Algebra 2

Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities

A pair of linear equations can be graphed and might intersect at a point. Other types of graphs might produce other types of intersections. The activities in this unit will explore linear systems and systems of inequalities in different ways including the use of them for real world applications.

Algebra 2: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities Activities

Title Type

How Many Solutions 2

Recognize that a system of two equations in two variables can have no solution, one or more solutions, or infinitely many solutions.

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  • 4983

Solving Systems using Elimination

Solve systems of three equations using the elimination method.

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  • 4909

Linear Systems and Calories

Set up and solve systems of equations.

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  • 4699

Application of Linear Systems

Students will solve a real-world problem about parking cars and buses using a system of linear inequalities.

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  • 5223

Systems of Linear Inequalities 1

Solutions to a system of linear inequalities is the intersection of each of the corresponding half planes.

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  • 4861

Systems of Linear Inequalities 2

Examine the graphical and algebraic representations of a system of inequalities.

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  • 5076

Maximizing Your Efforts

Students write an objective function and graph the system of inequalities to find the maximum profit from selling two types of game players.

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  • 4790

Linear-Quadratic Inequalities

Explore the solutions of a linear-quadratic and quadratic-quadratic system of inequalities.

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  • 4704
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