In Student/Parent Resources, Year 10, Year 11, Year 12

Level: Year 10, Year 11 and Year 12

Author: Michael O’Connor (AMSI Schools)


Linear equations are a way of expressing the connection between quantities algebraically like y = 2x + 3 or 5 = 7x – 2. All linear equations have variables (like x and y) where there are no powers. In-equations, like y < 2x + 3 and 5 > 7x – 2, swap the equals sign for greater and less than signs.

The unit includes an AMSI Interactive online module, a range of other AMSI Schools and external links and video tutorials and some extension or enrichment ideas to take their understanding further. A short quiz at the end of the AMSI Interactive will help students to test their understanding at the completion of the unit.

Links and Resources:

3 What are linear inequations Video

4 Solving Linear Inequations with 1 unknown Video

6 Solving Linear Inequations where x appears twice

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