Graph Linear Inequalities Question Type

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One of Edcite’s top question types for math is the graph linear inequalities question type.

Graph Linear Inequalities (#082) asks students to add and drag lines and mark regions to answer linear inequality questions. This question type is auto-graded.

Check out these graph linear inequalities items that teachers have shared on Edcite!

💻 Solve Linear Inequality Graphically

💻 Graphing Linear Inequalities – Slope-Intercept

💻 Graphing Linear Inequalities Quiz #3

💻 Graph Linear Inequalities

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