# Inequalities with Two Variables

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• Differentiated Worksheet

# Inequalities with Two Variables

In this mathematics lesson students learn how to solve multiple inequalities and represent common solutions on a number line.  As learning progresses they consider pairs of inequations that have single, infinite and zero solutions.
##### Differentiated Learning Objectives
• All students should be able to use a number line to represent the solutions to two inequalities.
• Most students should be able to find a set of solutions for two inequalities.
• Some students should be able to identify a set of inequalities that have no common number sets.
Equations and Inequalities - Higher

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