How to Graph Inequalities: 3 easy STORIES

Want to conjure confusion upon the faces of your children? These four words: “One Dimensional Inequality Graphing.”
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Want to agitate the complete lostness? Allude to cats named after King Arthur’s tales, are the PURR-fect teachers for Inequality graphing!

Let me introduce Arthur, Merlin, and Lance and their bizarre eating habits.
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These are the characters in today’s story. Told by Math Specialist Dirk. Dirk is right to the MADE FOR MATH form in today’s 9-minute video lesson. He weaves a PAW-some story of how cumbersome Arthur, Merlin, and Lance are to feed, and in the process, like a curveball, teaches us to appreciate 1-Dimensional Inequality graphing! Go, Dirk!
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So go ahead and download today’s FREE printable, include your tween/teen, and click “Play” on this enjoyable, Storyful math lesson!
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Feeding cats may still be complicated, but PURR-haps, graphing inequalities does not have to be!

Step 1: Download the Printable

Step 2: Watch the Video

MFM Authors

Matthew Lyda

Matthew Lyda

Multisensory Math Specialist

Matthew is a Blue Belt in Shotokan Karate, a happy husband, wilderness lover, drummer, and a voracious reader! He works with students one:one as well as in group classes. 

Dirk Broadhead

Dirk Broadhead

Multisensory Math Specialist

Dirk is a student at Utah State University pursuing a degree in Statistics. He enjoys playing any sport, exploring the outdoors, reading and playing the piano. He works with students one:one.