# Graphing Quadratic Inequalities: Using Any Method

Packet includes:
16 practice problems (with coordinate planes) and an answer key.

This packet helps students practice how to graph quadratic inequalities using the methods learned in through the process of graphing quadratic equations (to graph quadratic inequalities, students simply graph the parabola defined by the inequality, then plug in a point to test if they should sade inside or outside the parabola (if a point inside the parabola is true, shade inside; if that point is false, shade outside).

Each page starts with easier problems that get more difficult as students work through the packet. After doing all 16 problems, students should be more comfortable doing these problems and have a clear understanding of how to solve them.

Sample Problem(s):

Graph each quadratic inequality in the space provided.

Simple:

$y>-(x-2)(x+2)$

$y ≥ -2x²-6$