Solution Sets for Equations and Inequalities

How many ways can you represent solutions to an equation? Guide your class through the process of solving equations and representing solutions. Solutions are described in words, as a solution set, and graphed on a number line. Connections are made between the methods of representing solutions.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Incorporate board work for guided to practice to check for understanding frequently
Classroom Considerations

  • Lesson is vocabulary intense; be sure to review key vocabulary
  • Pupils must have an understanding of inequalities, equality, number sentences, associative and commutative properties, and graphing inequalities
Pros

  • All handouts, keys, and a descriptive teacher guide are included
  • An introduction of set notation is reinforced with inequalities and graphs of inequalities
Cons

  • None