## Reflection: Grappling with Complexity Graphing Inequalities - Section 2: Explore

Recognizing where to shade the graph of the inequality provided a road block for us. Using the table as a strategy was very helpful. I think the continuous reminder to organize their information to help make sense of it is valuable. However, deciding where to shade needed some discussion. It was relevant because they needed support for the "less than" and "greater than" concept. We identified where the numbers lay on the coordinate grid and how to determine the value.

# Graphing Inequalities

Unit 8: Equations and Inequalities
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## Big Idea: What is the difference between graphing on a number line and on a coordinate grid?

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