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- Niesha H., Special Education Teacher
- Philadelphia, PA
Inequalities Teacher Resources
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Seventh graders explore the concept of solving inequalities. In this inequality lesson, 7th graders construct inequalities for scenarios such as getting a driver's license and height requirements at a theme park. Students practice solving inequalities using a Tic Tac Toe game.
Students prove and apply theorems of triangle inequality and hinge theorem. In this geometry lesson plan, students will discuss which triangle is bigger and why. They will use theorems, such as Exterior Angle Inequality or the Pythagorean Theorem to prove their statements.
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 describe the solution set of an equality.
Learners solve inequalities. In this inequalities lesson, students evaluate simple inequalities. They examine vocabulary words. Learners participate in breath holding activities and write inequalities to represent the activity. In teams, students play tic-tac-toe and name that number to identify inequality equations. They write journal entries and create flow charts to identify the steps in solving inequalities.
In this solving linear inequalities worksheet, students solve 10 problems that include using a graphing calculator to respond to the first four questions about graphing the inequality. They explain what they need to know in order to solve an inequality by graphing and the intersection point of Y1 and Y2. Students also determine the solution set for the inequality and where the two functions equal.
Overall, this worksheet contains a good selection of problems that reviews different aspects of linear equations. Learners examine and graph linear equations, absolute value equations, and inequalities in two variables. The three page worksheet contains forty-six problems. Answers are not included.