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### We found 1,049 resources with the concept inequalities

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#### Math in Fencing: Division of Clock Time

Is there time? Fencers need to make mental calculations within a match. The Math at the Core MS: Ratios resource points out that fencers calculate the ratio of touches per time left to help develop strategies to win. The competitors also...

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#### Inequalities and Regions

Learn to systematically find the solution. Scholars watch a short YouTube video that shows how to solve systems of inequalities. The method shown here is to graph each inequality and find the region that is a solution for all the...

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#### Inequalities

Inequalities are more than just math symbols. Pupils learn about one-variable inequalities by watching a short YouTube video. After reviewing the meaning of inequality signs, the video explains how to interpret and write one-variable...

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#### Capture the Points

Play a game of capture the points. Young scholars receive a number line with specific points graphed and must write an inequality that captures all the points. The second task of the algebra project is to write an inequality with...

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#### Lower and Upper Bounds

Teach young mathematicians to keep an eye on boundaries! Young scholars use a video lesson to explore the possible values of numbers rounded to varying place values. The instructor provides an explanation to several contextual problems...

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#### Solving Inequalities using Addition and Subtraction

You can't solve the inequalities of the world, but you can solve these problems. An insightful video shows pupils how to solve one-step inequalities involving addition or subtraction. It covers two mathematical examples and one...

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#### The Island Green

The task will fit your needs to a tee. Given pictures and dimensions of a golf green, future golfers determine the distance it would take for a golf ball to land on the green. Of course, we want some mathematical connections, so they...

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#### Solving Inequalities with Addition or Subtraction

Not all videos are made equal. Viewers of a short YouTube video see how to solve one-step inequalities. It also covers how to graph the solution set to an inequality before showing how to apply inequalities to a real-world situation.

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#### Writing and Graphing Inequalities

Inequalities mean not equal—and are not difficult at all. An engrossing YouTube video teaches scholars how to write inequalities from verbal statements. It also explains how to determine if a value is a solution to an inequality and how...

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#### Slow Church

The church that just can't stay put! A video presentation raises questions of just how far the church will move. Presented with the rate of movement and a range of time expected, scholars build an inequality to answer the question.

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#### Woody's Raise

You want to be where everyone gets a raise. A short clip from the TV show Cheers provides the context for the task. After watching an interaction between a bartender and an owner regarding a raise, viewers write inequalities to represent...

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#### Trashketball: Part 2

Explore linear inequalities in a contextual situation. Using data from the first lesson of the series, groups work to graph linear inequalities to predict future outcomes of shooting percentages. Their work focuses on defining regions...

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#### Comparing Triangle Angles and Sides: Lesson

Use the opposite to organize angles or sides. The video provides the relationship of angle measures based on the lengths of sides in a triangle and its converse. Using two triangles, the segment of a larger playlist on geometry shows the...

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#### Triangle Inequality Theorem: Lesson

Can any three lengths make a triangle? One of the videos in a playlist on basic geometry introduces the Triangle Inequality Theorem. Using three given lengths, the presentation illustrates the restrictions on lengths of any side of a...

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#### How Shady Are You?

Systematically find the solution to the inequalities. Using knowledge from graphing a linear inequality, pupils find solutions to systems of linear inequalities. The lesson reviews the rules of where to shade and whether the line is...

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#### Feasible or Non-Feasible? - That is the Question (Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities)

It's entirely feasible to use the resource effectively. Individuals graph systems of linear inequalities on a coordinate plane using software and identify feasible solutions. They work at different stations to solve real-world problems...

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#### Writing Absolute Value Inequalities

Take one step at a time to assess the writing of absolute value inequalities. Presented with a verbal description of a one-step absolute value inequality, pupils write and solve the inequality. Learners develop a two-step absolute value...

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#### Which Graph?

Where to shade or not shade, that is the question. Given a system of linear inequalities, pupils determine which graph is the correct graph of the system. The graphs vary on the area shaded and whether the boundary line is included or not.

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#### The Third Side of a Triangle

How many different triangles can you create if you know two side lengths? Scholars consider this question as they determine the possible side lengths of the third side. They must justify their final answers.

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#### The New School

Mathematics is a powerful tool when modeling constraints. A challenging task expects learners to write three inequalities based on a set of restrictions. The resulting constraints represent a system of linear inequalities.

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#### Sugar and Protein

Give some food for thought! Scholars investigate constraints on the cost, the amount of sugar, and the amount of protein for some school lunches. A set of inequalities lets them express the constraints mathematically.

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#### Inequalities that Describe Patterns: Freezing Cold Comparison

Don't freeze out the interactive on inequalities from your lesson plans. Young mathematicians use an interactive thermometer and number line to compare freezing temperatures. Inequalities help express these comparisons.

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#### Checking Solutions to Inequalities: Apples and Bananas Shopping Excursion

Go bananas over a fun interactive! Learners drag a point on a virtual graph of an inequality to see if it is a solution. This helps determine the possible numbers of apples and bananas a shopper can buy with a given amount of money.

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#### Checking Solutions to Inequalities: Ordering Roses

It's important to have the correct number of flower arrangements at a wedding. Scholars match an inequality and a graph given a situation involving roses for wedding receptions. A set of challenge questions checks the matching pairs.