# Inequalities on a Number Line Tick or Trash Worksheets

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The four worksheets are;

• Worksheet A; This tick or trash worksheet has 10 questions in which a given inequality has to be represented on a number line. The first 8 questions are single direction inequalities whereas the final two questions are compound inequalities.
• Worksheet B; This tick or trash worksheet has 10 questions in which a given inequality has to be represented on a number line. The first 5 questions are single direction inequalities whereas the final 5 questions are compound inequalities.
• Worksheet C; This tick or trash worksheet has 10 questions in which the inequality represented on a number line has to be identified.
• Worksheet D: This is an extension worksheet with two sections. The first section pupils have to state the inequalities represented and the second section pupils have to draw the inequality.

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Plotting and reading Inequalities on a Number Line

This resources includes four worksheets; three tick or trash worksheets and one extension worksheet on the topic of representing inequalities on a number line, including compound inequalities. Test your students’ ability to spot mistakes and develop their understanding of the nth term of a sequence with this activity. Pupils are given two different answers to a question and have to determine which is correct. They then have to explain what misconception has led to the incorrect answer.

The four worksheets are;

• Worksheet A; This tick or trash worksheet has 10 questions in which a given inequality has to be represented on a number line. The first 8 questions are single direction inequalities whereas the final two questions are compound inequalities.
• Worksheet B; This tick or trash worksheet has 10 questions in which a given inequality has to be represented on a number line. The first 5 questions are single direction inequalities whereas the final 5 questions are compound inequalities.
• Worksheet C; This tick or trash worksheet has 10 questions in which the inequality represented on a number line has to be identified.
• Worksheet D: This is an extension worksheet with two sections. The first section pupils have to state the inequalities represented and the second section pupils have to draw the inequality.

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