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#### Algebra I Unit 2: Create and Solve Equations and Inequalties

The second unit's six lessons in the Algebra 1 series focus on teaching young mathematicians how to create and solve equations and inequalities. First, learners practice three different methods to determine what values make an algebraic...

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#### Mathematics Assessment Project: Tests for College & Career Readiness - High School

A collection of six tests are designed to assess the College and Career Readiness of high school algebra I, algebra II, geometry, and statics and probability learners. Each assessment includes the test form and scoring and comes in 40,...

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#### Grade 7, Claim 1: Concepts and Procedures Item Slide Shows

Prepare seventh graders for end-of-year assessments with a collection of nine resources packed with teacher and student-friendly slides featuring problems that address the A-I competencies. Questions are modeled after Smarter Balanced...

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#### Grade 6, Claim 2 & 4: Problem Solving & Communication Reasoning Supports

A three-resource collection of teacher and student-friendly slides provides sixth graders with models of items on the Smarter Balanced assessments. Claim 2 offers 13 questions that assess problem solving. Claim 3 problems illicit...

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#### EngageNY Grade 6 Math Module 4: Expressions and Equations

A 36-part unit boosts sixth-graders' math skills with a focus on expressions and equations. Scholars take part in 34 lessons that offer direct instruction, guided and independent practice, as well as collaborative learning opportunities....

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#### EngageNY Grade 6 Math Module 3: Rational Numbers

Extend young mathematicians understanding of the number line with this 19-lesson unit on positive and negative integers. After learning to compare and order positive and negative rational numbers and exploring the concept of absolute...

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#### Solve Linear Equations and Inequalities in One Variable

The one thing you need to know in algebra is how to solve for an unknown variable. Start with the basics and practice solving linear equations and inequalities. Here are a variety of lessons and worksheets to hit your content.Â

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#### Common Core Math: 6th Grade

Need some help aligning your 6th grade math curriculumÂ toÂ Common Core? Here is a collection complete with a resource for every standard in the curriculum. While many of these resources cover multiple math standards, the main one...

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#### Student Workbook: Algebra and Functions

A smorgasbord of functions, this packet has the basics required for your learners to be successful in the land of early algebra. The packetÂ includes solving equations, graphing, evaluating, simplifying and basically everything else in...

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#### Student Workbook: Algebra I

Need a helping hand in Algebra I? How about a giant, super-sized learning exercise packet? Here is aÂ resource that has worksheets for virtually every concept with some accompanying examples.Â

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#### Inequalities Assessment Review

Enjoy this pre-made activity that practices polynomial and rational inequality problems. The problems are allÂ multiple choice, and answers are written in interval notation. The best part? A separate page with all the problems worked out...

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#### Assessment for the California Mathematics Standards Grade 7

In need of an all-inclusive seventhÂ grade math resource? Packed full of the topics necessary for Pre-Algebra the packetÂ includes practice problems with different difficulty levels. It works great for any supplemental use needed in the...

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#### Math Stars: a Problem-Solving Newsletter Grade 7

Put on your thinking caps because middle school math has never been more interesting in this hugeÂ resource full of thought provoking questions. Written as a newsletter, the resource has 10 two-page newslettersÂ with a variety of...

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#### Saxon Math Course 2

Add some variety to your school or district's math curriculum with this comprehensive collection of materials. OfferingÂ over 900 pages ofÂ Saxon Math lessons, worksheets, and activities, this resource is a gold mineÂ for any middle school...

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#### How Rosa Parks Sparked Change

Rosa Parks proves that one person, no matter their race, can make a difference.

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#### Absolute Value Inequalities

Combining the skills from the previous videos, particularly inequalities and absolute values, Sal works to solve several new sample problems. He encourages watching the video "over and over," which is a good piece of advice for...

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#### Going Fishing

Using real-world problems helps learners gain insight intoÂ the importance of different types of equations. Here, theyÂ create a system of inequalities both graphically and algebraically to gain that insight.Â

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#### Equations And Inequalities

A number of problems involving inequalities and defining the variables are a piece of cake to Sal, and they will be to your Algebra pupils as well after they watch this video. Sal's careful explanation and clear annotations are key to...

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#### Inequalities Using Multiplication And Division

Things get a little more complicated in this video, which features Sal solving several inequality problems involving multiplying and dividing by positive and negative numbers. Additionally, he shows a few more kinds of notation to...

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#### SAT Prep: Test 4 Section 4 Part 2

Problems 7-11, which involve both geometry and algebra problems, allow students to practice transitioning between skills. Sal takes time to explain the process of each problem so that students will understand the test strategies as well...

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#### SAT Prep: Test 6 Section 9 Part 1

Word problems on the SAT can be some of the trickier questions. In this practice session from page 743 in The Official SAT Study Guide, Sal demonstrates how to read word problems as algebraic expressions, writing the necessary equation...

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#### Inequalities Using Addition And Subtraction

Beginning a "handful of fairly simple inequality videos," Sal demonstrates a few inequality problems in which mathematicians need to add or subtract. Though he states that his goal is to familiarize viewers with the notation, his...

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#### SAT Prep: Test 3 Section 8 Part 2

Problems 7-9 involve exponents, inequalities, and geometric figures (diameter and radius), all of which Sal explores eagerly. After misreading one problem, he takes care to correct his mistake, showing students how important it is to...

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#### SAT Prep: Test 6 Section 9 Part 2

With pen in hand and diagrams at the ready, Sal demonstrates problem-solving and test-taking skills in this informative video. Problems 7-9 involve inequalities, linear equations, and measuring angles in a right triangle.

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#### Graphical System of Inequalities

If your class has a grasp on the concept of graphing systems of equations and has worked inequalities, then it's time to expose them to the wonders of graphing systems of inequalities. Using various colors and a graph, Sal explains what...

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#### Grade 2 Supplement Set A2 â€“ Number and Operations: Place Value

If your learnersÂ are learning about place value and number value comparisons, this set of engaging activities and worksheets will make your job easy! Scholars use math manipulatives to estimate and then determine how many seeds a colony...

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#### Grade 2 Supplement Set A7 â€“ Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid

A series of engaging activities gives second-graders practice with three-digit numbers up to 1000. They examine three hundreds charts, one with numbers 101-200, another with 901-1000, and a third counting by 10 to 1000. Worksheets give...

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#### Two-Digit Inequalities

Youthful mathematicians compare 15 pairs of 2-digit numbers (between 10 and 50) by writing the symbol for greater than, less than, or equal to in a box. Offer your students unit cubes and 10-rods to visualize and make concrete the...

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#### Compare Numbers to 100 +-4 (Q)

Let's do some number comparisons! Learners study two numbers in the 75 sets of problems. They write a greater than, less than, or equal to sign to compare the numbers.

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#### Lots of Lakes: Minnesota Quarter Reverse

Students examine the Minnesota quarter reverse and discuss the state's slogan, "Land of 10,000 Lakes." They describe the terms greater than and less than and complete a worksheet about the concept. While inspecting the Minnesota quarter...

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#### Applying Properties to Variables

Eighth graders combine like terms in this properties of variables activity. Using named items (stars, moons and hearts), they combine like terms using variables. They use the distributive property to combine like terms. Finally, they...

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#### Compound Inequalities 2

Practice solving compound inequalities by isolating an unknown variable. This is the second video in a series of four focused on solving compound inequalities.

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#### Great Graph!

Here is a fantastic lesson counting coins, interpreting graphs, and the concept of "greater than" and "less than." Young mathematicians utilize worksheets embedded in the plan in order to practice these concepts. The worksheets are...

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#### Expressions and Equations

New ReviewVariables may be unknown, but expressions and equations are easy to understand. Pupils learn how to write, evaluate, and simplify numeric and algebraic expressions. They also investigate how to write and solve simple equations and...

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#### Unit 2 Review: Create and Solve Equations and Inequalities

New ReviewStart with the basics. Pupils work through a review of the unit on equations and inequalities. Learners begin with solving equations and inequalities with no context, move on to problems that involve a context, and finish with a...

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#### Solve Inequalities

New ReviewOne solves inequalities just like equations ... well, almost. Pupils watch a video lecture on solving linear inequalities. They practice solving inequalities, check their answers with the video, and continue to practice the concept with...

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#### Triangle Inequality Task

Not all triangles are created equal. A simple hands-on activity has learners investigate the side lengths of triangles. They use pipe cleaners to determine whether triangles of given side lengths can exist and then use the results to...

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#### Dance and Text

Use texts and dances to teach inequalities and equations. A sixth-grade unit covers using variables in equations and inequalities to solve problems. Learners show what they know at the end of the unit using two performance tasks, one...

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#### Equality Explorer

Find the right balance between concrete and abstract thinking. After using interactive balances to explore inverse operations, learners solve multi-step equations with variables on both sides. Of course, they can still use the...

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#### Equality Explorer: Basics

Not all interactives are made equal. Scholars use an interactive balance to explore the concept of equality. They place different objects on balances to determine the number of each object needed to balance the scale.

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#### Intermediate Algebra

Algebra concepts are all wrapped up in one nice bow. The resource combines all the concepts typically found in Algebra I and Algebra II courses in one eBook. The topics covered begin with solving linear equations and move to linear...

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#### Rectangle Space

Take a coordinated look at rectangles. The task asks pupils to plot the length and width of created triangles in the coordinate plane. Using their plots, scholars respond to questions about rectangles and their associated points on the...

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#### Modeling Constraints (Summer Money)

Creating a successful business has a lot to do with mathematics. Budding entrepreneurs use information about different constraints such as costs, area, and time that apply to a pet-sitting business to determine the best business model....

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 6th Grade Math â€“ Target F

Why does one person need 58 peaches; isn't that a bit excessive? This classic math dilemma offers pupils a chance to turn a word problem into an algebraic equation. Grade 6 Claim 1 Item Slide Shows includes this problem as part of a...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 7th Grade Math â€“ Claim 2

To solve or not to solve that is the problem. A slide presentation of 17 items show different ways that Smarter Balanced assesses Claim 2, problem solving. The items span from sixth and seventh grade concepts to highlight the...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 6th Grade Math â€“ Claim 4

Develop a model for prep. The resource provides examples of how items reflect modeling and data analysis for Smarter Balanced assessments. Items use on-grade or below-grade content to focus on the modeling aspect. The questions revolve...

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#### Inequalities

Develop an understanding of things that are not equal. The video demonstrates three types of questions involving inequalities as a review for the General Certificate of Secondary Education math assessment. Pupils work through the...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 7th Grade Math â€“ Target D

Put expressions, equations, and inequalities to work! Young scholars solve problems using various strategies. Meant as a snapshot of the Smarter Balanced Assessment, a set of seven questions includes topics from writing expressions to...

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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 explanationÂ toÂ 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 equalâ€”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.

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#### Music Club

How many months until Kerry's money runs out? Given a scenario about purchasing a subscription to a music club, learners develop an inequality to represent the situation. They use the inequality to calculate the number of months the...

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#### Compound Inequalities: Babysitting

Keep this resource close by. Given conditions on how close by a child must be to a babysitter, scholars use an interactive to position a picture of the child in relation to the babysitter. Compound inequalities help represent the condition.

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#### Inequality Expressions: Inequality Graph

Don't let inequalities be a drag. As young mathematicians drag the endpoint of the graph of an inequality in an interactive, the algebraic form of the inequality changes. This helps themÂ see how the graph connects to the inequality.

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#### Multi-Step Inequalities: Summer Camp

No chaperones are necessary to use this resource. Scholars solve a multi-step inequality problem on summer camp chaperones by using a pictorial representation. They write inequalities to represent various situations in this context.

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#### Linear Inequalities in the Half-Plane

Pupils graph all the solutions of a linear inequality on the coordinate plane. They determine whether to graph a solid or dotted boundary line and which half-plane to shade to show the solutions.

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#### Linear Inequalities in Two Variables

Take the tediousness out of finding solutions of inequalities by graphing. Individuals use an interactive that allows them to adjust a system of inequalities on a coordinate plane. Using the interactive helps find solutions to systems of...

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#### Algebra II: Extended Performance Task Designing the Perfect Package

Here's a package deal for a task creating equations for packages. An extended problem has learners creating a cubic function to represent the volume of a box. They consider constraints and interpret key features of their functions.

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#### Algebra I: Critique Reasoning and Solve Problems Using Inequalities

Don't throw this resource into the gutter. Individuals analyze given steps for solving an inequality in a bowling context. They provide justifications for correct steps and explanations for incorrect steps, and then find the correct...

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#### An Isosceles Trapezoid Problem

Prove the diagonals are shorter than the perimeter. Given an isosceles trapezoid, pupils develop a proof relating the length of the diagonals to the perimeter. Individuals sketch a graph of the trapezoid to assist with their explanations.

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#### Constraints on Equations

Constraints on real life are everywhereâ€”grades due no later than Friday, at least an 85% passing rate ... and on and on. But, how do we examine constraints using actual math (rather than stress level)? Based on souvenir football sales...

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#### Give or Take a Few

Young mathematicians extend their knowledge of rational numbers on a number line to graph inequalities by first using number cards to compare rational numbers. They finish by using similar reasoning to graph inequalities on a number line.

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#### Inequalities

Not all resources are created equal â€” and your class benefits! Scholars learn how to solve one-step inequalities using inverse operations. They complete an activity matching inequalities to their solutions.

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#### End-of-Module Assessment Task: Grade 6 Math Module 4

Finish out the module with a bang. The last installment of a 36-part module is an end-of-module assessment task. Test takers set up equations to represent relationships and solve problems in an assortment of contexts.

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#### Writing and Graphing Inequalities in Real-World Problems

Inequalities: when one solution just doesn't suffice. Individuals learn to write inequalities in real-world contexts and graph solution sets on the number line. All inequalities in the instructional activity are of the form x < c or x...

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#### From Equations to Inequalities

Sometimes, equality just doesn't happen. Scholars apply their knowledge of solving equations to identify values that satisfy inequalities in the 34th installment of a 36-part module. They test given sets of numbers to find those that are...

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#### True and False Number Sentences

True or false? Scholars determine the truth value of equations and inequalities through substitution. All values to use for substitution are given with each equation or inequality. This is the 24th lesson in a module of 36.

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#### True and False Number Sentences II

Substitution is still the method of choice to verify number sentences. The detailed activity has young mathematicians determining conditions for when number sentences are true or false through substitution. They learn to express these...

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#### Equations and Inequalities

Help learners get their facts in line to build and solve complicated linear equations and inequalities. Pupils build upon their knowledge of solving basic equations and inequalities to solve more complex ones. IndividualsÂ work with...

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#### End-of-Module Assessment Task: Grade 6 Math Module 3

The last installment of a 21-part module is an end-of-module assessment. Individuals show their understanding of positive and negative numbers on the number line, absolute value, and the coordinate plane in a variety of contexts.

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#### Mid-Module Assessment Task: Grade 6 Math Module 3

Ensure your class has a solid understanding of positive and negative integers before moving on. The 14th installment of a 21-part seriesÂ is a mid-module assessment. Scholars solve problems on positive and negative integers, on ordering...

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#### Inequalities

The 13th lesson plan in the 28-part module asks scholars to write linear inequalities from a problem situation. Individuals then solve and interpret their results in the context of the problem.Â

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#### Properties of Inequalities

Class members explore the meaning of inequality by comparing numbers and building number sentences. Using number cubes, pupils find numbers and compare them using inequality symbols. As the activity continues, operations are added to...

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#### Solving Inequalities

Investigate complex problem situations by applying inequalities. Building from concepts explored in the previous lesson, learners read word problems and develop inequalities to represent the situation. They then solve the inequalities...

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#### Solving and Graphing Inequalities

You can't go wrong with a lesson that involves candy! Learners solve and graph one-variable inequalities and use candy to graph the solution. Individuals associate open circle graphs with life savers and closed circle graphs with round...

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#### Inequalities

Compare graphing an inequality in one variable on a number line to graphing an inequality in two variables on a coordinate plane. Young mathematicians work on a puzzle matching inequalities and their solutions. They then complete a...

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#### Graphing Systems of Inequalities

Apply systems of inequalities to a real-world problem. Here, scholars learn to graph solutions to systems of linear inequalities. To finish the lesson plan, they solve a problem involving burgers and cheeseburgers using a system of...

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#### Inequalities Regions

Discover how to solve systems of inequalities by graphing. An informative video shows pupils how to determine the solution set after graphing each inequality of a system. To finish, a worksheet gives them a chance to practice this skill.

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#### Two Solutions

AnÂ assessment presents a variety of equations and inequalities. Pupils must findÂ two solutions for each equation or inequality and determine whether there are only two, another finite number, or an infinite number of solutions for the...

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#### Representing Inequalities Graphically

A new, improved version of the game Battleship?Â Learners graph linear inequalities on the coordinate plane,Â then participate in a game where they have to guess coordinate points based on the solution to a system of linear inequalities in...

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#### College and Career Readiness Mathematics Test C1

Challenge high schoolers with a thorough math resource. TheÂ 20-page test incorporates questions from upper-level high school math in applied and higher order questions.

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#### Reasoning with Equations and Inequalities

Provide class members with an opportunity to practice reasoning. AÂ resource contains six skill-based items aligned to the Common Core. The items require pupils to reason abstractly and attend to precision.

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#### Solving Inequalities

Explain how to solve single variable inequalities with an instructive video. It includes equations with coefficients represented by variables. The video specifically aligns with Common Core, making itÂ an ideal resource to ensure...

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#### Linear Inequalities - Concept

Not all inequalities are equal. AÂ video provides an introduction to the notation for inequalities. ItÂ provides tips on connecting the notation to the way the inequality is graphed, either on a number line or the coordinate plane.

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#### Solving and Graphing Compound Inequalities - Concept

IntroduceÂ compound inequalities and the way mathematicians write them with a concept video. The problem explanations detail how to write, solve, and graph compound inequalities in one variable.

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#### Translating Verbal Expressions

Help scholars translate verbal expressions into numerical expressions. TheÂ two-page document is comprised of descriptions and examples that showcaseÂ terms and phrases related to addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, powers,...

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#### Unit 8 Math Vocabulary Cards (Grade 6)

Additive inverse, expression, and irrational numbers are a few terms you'll find when you use a set of 22 flashcards designed to reinforce math vocabulary. The set includes two types of cards; a bold-faced word card, and a corresponding...

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#### Test My Points

Learners practice using their skills with systems of inequalities by checking valid points. Each question has a different system and five answer choices that problemÂ solvers must check algebraically to prove that itÂ works in the system.Â

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#### Inequalities

Which number is bigger? Using a variety of activity sheets, this unit starts with the basics of inequalities and progresses through solving compound linear inequalities. Problems cover the range of inequalities including inequality word...

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#### Saxon Math: Algebra 2 (Section 9)

Section 9 of the 12 linked Saxon Math sections introduces the young algebrist to graphing periodic functions, creating graphs from quadratic roots, working with inequalities, and rational equations. Common among all the lessons is the...

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#### Translate Word Phrases and Sentences into Inequalities and Vice Versa

Many times, learners get frustrated because they feel like they have the tools to solve an algebra problem, but not the ability to turn the English into math. This presentation focuses solely on that skill, starting with basic algebraic...

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#### Module 2: Systems of Equations and Inequalities

The brother-sister pair Carlos and Clarita need your class's help in developing their new pet sitting business. Through a variety of scenarios and concerns presented to the siblings, the learners thoroughly explore systems of equations...

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#### 7th Grade Math "I Can" Statement Posters

Translate the Common Core math standards into a series of achievable "I can" statements with this collection of classroom displays. Offering posters for each standard, this resource is a great way toÂ support your seventh graders as they...

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#### 7th Grade Math Common Core Checklist

With so many math standards to fit into a school year, it can beÂ difficult keeping track of what you have and have not covered. This collection of Common Core checklists allows you toÂ maintain a running record of when each standard was...

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#### Centerpiece

Learners hear wedding bells in this problem set, as they help a fictional bride plan the centerpieces for her wedding reception. Algebra is married to geometry as volume, aesthetics, and budgetingÂ all come into play. Learners are asked...

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#### Inequality Word Problems

ThisÂ inequality word problems activity is ideal to assess your learners' understanding of inequality and linear concepts around solving and writing equations and inequalities. Equations, graphs and real-life scenarios are used to assure...

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#### Inequality Word Problems

Three quick, real-life, inequality word problems greet your learners with aÂ quick activity of writing and solving inequalities. This is a wonderfully simple inequality word problem activity.

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#### Practice: Word Problems

Congratulations, you've just hit the word problem jackpot! Covering an incredible range of topics from integers and fractions, to percents, geometry, and much more,Â this collection of worksheets will keepÂ young mathematicians busy...

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#### One Step Inequalities

Looking for a simple inequalities worksheet? You found it! Learners solve 18 inequalities for x, working with positive and negative integers as well as fractions.

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#### One-Step Inequalities

Here's a simple worksheet on solving and graphing inequalities for your algebra class. Learners solve 24 questions, graphing each on a number line. Numbers include fractions, integers, and negative numbers.Â

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#### Systems of Equations and Inequalities

High school classes can use manipulatives too! OfferÂ hands-on, interactive lessons that venture away from the typical day in your algebra class. Young mathematiciansÂ will be involved in collaborative learning, visual representations, and...

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#### Oh No, Mosquito!

How can you tell if some numbers are greater than others? Fill in the greater than or less than symbols based on the pictures of mosquitoes at the bottom of the page.Â

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#### Application Task 6.EE.8

Don't break the trampoline! Provided with conditions regardingÂ the use of a trampoline and the weight of the three people already on it, young mathematicians must create and graph an inequality representing the possible weight of the...

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#### Exit Ticket 6.EE.8

Challenge young mathematicians' understanding of inequalities with aÂ simple multiple choice exit ticket. Given that x is greater than or equal to eight, students must select real-world contextsÂ and a number line that are rpresented...

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#### Writing Task 6.EE.8

The miserably hot Maryland summers serve as a context for learning aboutÂ inequalities in aÂ short math exercise. Given a simple inequality, young mathematicians are asked to graph it on a number line and provide a brief written...

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#### Writing Task 6.EE.5

Challenge young mathematicians to explain their understanding of inequalities with this shortÂ writing exercise. Given a simple inequality, students mustÂ use specific examples to illustrate why the variable can equal more than one value.

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#### Ordering Numbers

Deepen the number sense of young mathematicians with this unique ordering exercise. Given a list of the numbers 1, 5, 10, 50, and 100, young learners must determine where the numbers from a second list fit in the sequence. To increase...

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#### Comparing Numbers

Young mathematicians spin their way to a deeper number sense with this fun, collaborative activity. Using two spinners, one with the numbers 0-9 and the other with the decades 00-90, pairs of students take turns building and comparing...

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#### The Negro Leagues: The People, Places and Experiences of Black Baseball

Get out of the classroom and go for a walk, all while teaching young scholars about the Negro baseball leagues of the early and mid-1900s. Based on a Walking Classroom podcast, this lesson explores the widespread impact of segregation on...

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#### Study Jams! Compare Fractions & Mixed Numbers

Follow along with RJ from the Study Jams! crew as he walks step-by-step through the process for comparing fractions with unlike denominators. Starting with finding the least common denominator, the presentation goes on to demonstrate how...

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#### Which Number is Greater? Which Number is Less? How do you Know?

When comparing groups of objects, it's easy for children to identify which has more, but it's not so easy for them to explain their reasoning. This simple whole-group activity provides multiple opportunities for learners to compare...

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#### Study Jams! Order Whole Numbers

Mia's been practicing for the hundred yard dash and wants to know if she's improving. Help order her race times from greatest to least while learning how to compare numbers using place value. A variety of additional examples are included...

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#### The Number Line

Learn about the number line! The number line is defined, described and shown in this short video. The instructor tells learners how to use a number line with whole and real numbers as well as how it can be used to determine greater than...

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#### Navigating Our Global Future

As we make great strides in technology in an increasingly globalized world, are we actually headed toward a century of eco-disaster and collapse? Listen as Ian Goldin, director of 21st Century School at Oxford, discusses the two...

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#### How Do You Solve a Word Problem Using an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Positive Fractions?

Ingrid got some good advice from her father about building a bridge out of pasta. Now she has to do some calculations to build a strong pasta bridge. Figure out how tall she can build her bridge based on a given length. Two given values...

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#### How Do You Solve a Word Problem Using an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Negative Fractions?

It just doesn't seem right to lose points when answer a question incorrectly. Well, that's what this word problem is all about. So calculate how many incorrect answers the team gave. Don't forget to flip the inequality when dealing with...

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#### How Do You Solve a Decimal Inequality Using Addition?

In order to solve this inequality use the addition property of inequality to isolate the variable. Don't forget that these are decimal numbers. So be sure to line up the decimals according to the rules of adding decimals.

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#### What's a Half-Plane?

When you graph an inequality on the coordinate plane you will get two half-planes. The line itself is called the boundary line. One of the halves is called the closed half-plane and the other half is called the open half-plane. How do...

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#### How Do You Graph a Great Than Inequality on the Coordinate Plane?

Do you know how to graph a linear equation? If you do then graphing an inequality will not be a problem for you. There are a couple of differences: is the line solid or dashed, and which half plane do you have to shade. Watch this video...

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#### How Do You Figure Out Whether a Boundary is a Part of the Graph of an Inequality?

Is the boundary line part of the graph of an inequality? Here's a hint: the sign of the inequality holds the answer! Are the brain cells firing up trying to figure out what that means? Watch this video as the instructor graphs the...

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#### What's a Boundary?

Are you graphing an inequality? What's that dashed line called? It's called a boundary line and it is the line that separates the coordinate plane into two separate half planes.

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#### How Do You Use Multiplication With Positive Numbers to Solve an Inequality Problem?

Broken lights at the skating rink? Are there enough not broken to be able to see well enough to skate? Set up this real-world word problem and find the total number of lights in the skating rink. Two given values and one variable. Solve...

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#### How Do You Use Multiplication with Negative Numbers to Solve an Inequality Word Problem?

Solve this real world word problem in just one written step. The original inequality is a division problem, so to solve it, use the multiplication property of inequality. Was the problem solved by multiplying a negative number? Yes! So...

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality by Multiplying by a Positive Number?

Instruct your pupils on solving inequalities by multiplying by positive numbers with this video. The video presents how to do just this in step-by-step fashion. A straightforward video, this could be used to supplement your lesson during...

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#### How Do You Use Division With Negative Numbers to Solve an Inequality Word Problem?

A word problem that needs to be written as an inequality to solve. This expression seems pretty straightforward and only takes one step to solve. But wait, the division property was used with a negative number so the inequality sign has...

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality by Dividing by a Positive Number?

Is your class working on inequalities? If so, you might be interested in this video. This well-made video shows how to solve an inequality by dividing by a positive number. An instructor details each step, writing out her work as she...

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#### How Do You Use Subtraction to Solve an Inequality Word Problem?

Don't be afraid of this word problem because it has an inequality. There is only one variable and this inequality can be solved in one step. It's pretty straightforward.

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#### How Do You Use Addition to Solve an Inequality Word Problem?

Word problems. Inequalities. Money. What? Does Marissa have enough money left in her bank account to go to the movies? One variable, two given amounts. Set up this inequality to determine how much Marissa needs to have in her bank...

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#### What's the Addition Property of Inequality?

The addition property of inequality is just like the addition property of equality. They each state that whatever is added to one side of the equation or inequality must be added to the other side. Watch this video and see how the...

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#### How Do You Solve a Word Problem Using an Inequality With Variables on Both Sides?

Don't skip this word problem! Take one piece at a time in writing out this inequality. Once you have an expression that represents the words in this inequality, the rest will seem easy. So watch this video to get a better understanding...

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality With Variables on Both Sides?

A direct instructional video of how to solve an inequality when you have the same variable on both sides of the inequality sign, this resource could be used in class or at home.

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#### How Do You Solve a Multi-Step Inequality Using Reverse Order of Operations?

Investigate inequalities with this instructional video. A lecturer presents an inequality that will take multiple steps to complete and works through the problem step-by-step, numbering and labeling each action she takes. This video is...

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#### How Do You Solve and Graph a Two-Step Inequality?

Approach inequalities in a new way with this video! This video gives step-by-step instruction on how to solve a two step inequality and then graph the answer. Learners could use this video as a reference as they do homework, or you might...

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#### What are Positive and Negative Numbers?

Is zero positive or is it negative? Are all positive numbers to the right of zero on the number line? Are all negative numbers to the left of zero on the number line? Are all positive numbers greater than zero? Are all negative numbers...

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#### How Do You Compare Two Whole Numbers?

Two very similar numbers and you have to figure out which one is larger. The teacher diagrams a place value chart and shows you how to write the two numbers to make a comparison.

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#### How Do You Solve a Decimal Inequality Using Subtraction?

Isolate the variable to solve any equation. This equation happens to be an inequality but is solved no different than if it were just an equation. Use the subtraction property of inequality to solve this given problem. The numbers are...

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#### How Do You Solve a System of Inequalities by Graphing?

You've got a linear system of inequalities? You need to solve it by graphing? No sweat. Make sure that each equation is in slope-intercept form and then graph each equation. Is it a solid line or a dashed line? Which side of the line...

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#### What's a System of Linear Inequalities?

In a system of linear equations, the solution must satisfy each of the equations to be true. Thus, in a system of linear inequalities, the solution must satisfy each of the inequalities to be true. This is a short video that defines what...

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#### How Do You Write an Absolute Value Inequality from a Word Problem?

Use this word problem to practice turning words into math. You'll follow the step-by-step process to determine what is being asked and what you'll need to do to solve the problem. A great tutorial for learners needing a little extra help...

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#### How Do You Solve an OR Compound Inequality and Graph It On a Number Line?

Go over how to solve a compound inequality and graph it with this video. The video is clear and concise. A lecturer solves a compound inequality and graphs it on the spot, explaining each operation in detail. Great for in-class or...

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Positive Fractions?

Provide this video as additional instruction on how to solve inequalities when you need to multiply positive fractions. The focus of this video is on how to use the multiplication property of inequalities correctly. The lecturer explains...

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Negative Fractions?

Examine the multiplication property of inequality with this video. An instructor goes through a problem, detailing how to solve an inequality when you need to multiply negative fractions. She defines reciprocal and puts the final...

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#### What's the Multiplication Property of Inequality?

Applying the multiplication property of inequality is just like working with linear equations. What is done on one side of the equation needs to be done on the other side of the equation. So this rule can be applied to inequalities. In...

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#### What's the Division Property of Inequality?

This video shows a quick definition and some examples of how to apply the division property of inequality. It's just like working with linear equations in that what you do on one side of the equation needs to be done on the other side of...

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#### What Does It Mean When an Inequality is a Contradiction or Has No Solution?

If you plug in a value for a variable in an inequality and you get a contradiction then the inequality has no solution. Is that really possible? Yes, it is. Watch this video and see the several examples that the instructor will present...

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#### How Do You Solve a Word Problem Using a Multi-Step Inequality?

This real-world word problem seems pretty complicated, but it's really not. It only takes four steps once you have an original expression to solve this problem. There are some negative numbers involved in this inequality. So don't forget...

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#### How Do You Solve a Word Problem Using an Absolute Value Inequality?

After reading this inequality word problem, young learners might just skip over it and not even make the attempt to solve it. It seems rather complicated. So watch this video as the teacher explains all that needs to be done to solve...

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#### What's an Inequality?

Definition: An inequality occurs when we have two values that are not equal to each other, but still have a relationship. What does that mean? Well, usually that means one value is greater or is less than another value. Oh, and don't...

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#### How Do You Figure Out Which of Two Fractions is Bigger?

Trying to decide which method to use to compare the value of two fractions? You could find a common denominator, you could turn them into decimals, or you could cross multiply. Let's cross multiply because we like to multiply more than...

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#### Determining Whether a Group of Sides Can Form a Triangle

How do you know if three given lengths of lines can form a triangle? This lesson will give you two rules to help you determine if you can make a triangle.

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#### Sports Equipment Set

Many students like to play sports and the equipment that goes with it costs money. The resource sets up an inequality that gives a total amount needed to purchase the equipment and the initial amount of money already obtained. In order...

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#### Integers on the Number Line 2

Four inequality statements are given for the same two negative numbers.Â The resource is a good practice for pupils to interpret statements of inequalities relative to the position on the number line. The objective is for pupils to learn...

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#### More and Less Handfuls

Working as a pair, two kindergartners will sit at a table and will pick two handfuls of counters. They will combine their individual handfuls into one, and count their own selection. They will then draw and record their count on a record...

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#### Inequality Exploration

Even at this age, negative numbers can be a bit confusing. Preteens envision unequal numbers on a number line and relate their relative positions, an exercise that is particularlyÂ helpful with those negative numbers. Word cards and quiz...

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#### 7.EE.4.b Inequalities

The outline to a lesson on setting up and solving inequalities is provided for you in this document. Step-by-step instructions that include real-world examples will lead your class to mastering this discrete skill. Consider creating a...

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#### Evaluating Solutions of One Step Equations and Inequalities

Review the differences among equations, expressions, and inequalities. Demonstrate with a scale how an equation balances out on both sides, and how an inequality has a set of solutions. Present a few real-world problems for your...

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#### Interval Notation and Linear Inequalities

In this interval notation and linear inequalities learning exercise, students use number lines and solve equations. Students complete 64 problems total.

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#### Comparing Fractions

Young mathematicians compare two fractions with like denominators and then move to the next level to compare fractions with unlike denominators. They will first try to use mental math to make educated guesses. There are a few guidelines...

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#### How Do You Solve a Decimal Inequality Using Division?

Divide decimals to solve this inequality! Learners can watch the instructor in this thorough video as she works through an inequality that contains decimals. This resource is appropriate for teaching, reinforcing, or reviewing the concept.

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#### How Do You Solve a Decimal Inequality Using Division with Negative Numbers?

If your class is studying inequalities, consider this video. The focus is on solving a decimal inequality that has negative numbers in it. A lecturer works through an example problem, commenting on the steps and properties necessary to...

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#### How Do You Solve an OR Compound Inequality and Graph It On a Number Line?

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#### How Do You Solve and Graph a Two-Step Inequality?

Approach inequalities in a new way with this video! This video gives step-by-step instruction on how to solve a 2-step inequality and then graph the answer. Learners could use this video as a reference as they do homework, or you might...

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality With Variables on Both Sides?

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Positive Fractions?

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Negative Fractions?

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality by Multiplying by a Positive Number?

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality by Multiplying by a Negative Number?

Help your learners grasp inequalities with this video. A lecturer leads viewers through solving an inequality by multiplying by a negative number, citing the multiplication property of inequality and finishing with set notation. This is...

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality by Dividing by a Positive Number?

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality by Dividing by a Negative Number?

With an enthusiastic instructor who writes clear steps on a whiteboard, this video demonstrates how to solve an inequality by dividing by a negative number. What makes this video stronger is the second part of the video, in which the...

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#### How Do You Solve a Multi-Step Inequality?

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#### How Do You Solve a System of Inequalities by Graphing?

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#### How Do You Figure Out if a Square Root is Bigger than Another Number?

You have been given a square root and need to compare that to a decimal number to find out which one is bigger. How can you make that comparison? One way to do this is to find the square root of the square root number and then compare it...

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#### What's a Boundary?

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#### How Do You Graph the Union of Two Inequalities?

Two given inequalities and you need to find the union. What is the union? Well, it just means that you need to show the graphs of the given inequalities on the same number line. Keep in mind, less than, greater than, and equal to, and...

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#### How Do You Compare Two Whole Numbers?

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#### How Do You Solve and Graph Inequalities from a Word Problem?

Are you befuddled after reading this word problem? Not only is it a word problem but there are two variables, and not only does it have two variables, but it is an inequality. Don't pull your hair out! Take a deep breath and watch this...

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#### How Do You Solve a Word Problem By Writing an Inequality?

An inequality in a word problem? And there's a fraction too?! As if word problems weren't hard enough! You can do this, just follow along as the instructor explains each step in solving this word problem.

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#### How Do You Find a Solution Set When You Have A Replacement Set?

Given a replacement set of values, plug them in to find a solution set to this inequality expression.

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality Using Subtraction?

Use the subtraction property of inequality to solve this problem. It's just a one step solution and then the instructor shows how to write the answer in set builder notation.