How to Solve Nonlinear Inequalities – Introducing ThingLink

There are multiple steps in solving a non-linear inequality. And making an example that’s easy to follow along isn’t easy. You have to do a video, or hope your students can follow a detailed written example.

So when I found via the #BFC530 educational tweetchat, I was exited. Finally I can share an example, include the steps, and not have it be overwhelming!

Hover on the example below to see the step number icons. Hover over each icon to read about that step.

AND… ThingLink has a very attractive educators’ price. Their freemium model allows you to do a lot for free. And if you want to upgrade to 1000 students (across 30 classes), it’s only $35 for the year!

I used the free version for about 6 hours. The first student I introduced it to got really into it. I immediately paid $35 so he could get access to all the coolest stuff.

Give it a shot and let me know in the comments what you think!

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