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### One step inequalities partner review pp

1. 1. One Step Inequalities Practice and discussion
2. 2. • Partner discussion: What will you do to both sides to solve the problem?
3. 3. • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Write down this problem. Number it #1 and solve it. • Check your solution with your partner.
4. 4. #2 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Partner A – Solve it. Partner B – Graph it. • Check your solution with your partner.
5. 5. #3 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Partner B – Solve it Partner A – Graph it • Check your solution with your partner.
6. 6. #4 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Both of you solve and graph. • Check your solution with your partner. • Is the variable first in your inequality? Did you graph it correctly?
7. 7. #5 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Partner A – Solve it Partner B – Graph it • Check your solution with your partner. • Is the variable first in your inequality? Did you graph it correctly?
8. 8. #6 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Both of you solve and graph. • Check your solution with your partner.
9. 9. #7 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • As you discuss what to do, Partner B will work the problem on their paper. • If you need help, look at the pink posters about fractions.
10. 10. #8 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Partner A – Solve it Partner B – Graph it • Check your solution with your partner.
11. 11. #9 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Partner B – Solve it Partner A – Graph it • Check your solution with your partner.
12. 12. #10 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Both partners solve and graph. • Check your solution with your partner. • Is your inequality sign on the left side before you graphed it?
13. 13. #11 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Partner B – Solve it Partner A – Graph it • Check your solution with your partner. • Is your inequality sign on the left side before you graphed it?
14. 14. #12 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Partner A – Solve it Partner B – Graph it • Check your solution with your partner. • Is your inequality sign on the left side before you graphed it?
15. 15. #13 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Both partners solve and graph. • Check your solution with your partner.
16. 16. #14 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Both partners solve and graph. • Check your solution with your partner.
17. 17. #15 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Both partners solve and graph. • Check your solution with your partner.
18. 18. #16 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Partner B – Solve Partner A - Graph • Check your solution with your partner.
19. 19. #17 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Solve – Partner A Graph – Partner B • Check your solution with your partner.
20. 20. #18 • Partner discussion: What inverse operation will you used to solve this inequality? • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Both partners solve and graph. • Check your solution with your partner.
21. 21. #19 • Partner discussion: What needs to be done first? Discuss each step to solve this inequality. • Both partners solve and graph. • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Check your solution with your partner.
22. 22. #20 • Partner discussion: What needs to be done first? Discuss each step to solve this inequality. • Both partners solve and graph. • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Check your solution with your partner.
23. 23. #21 • Partner discussion: What needs to be done first? Discuss each step to solve this inequality. • Both partners solve and graph. • Does the inequality symbol need to be reversed/flipped? Why? • Check your solution with your partner.
24. 24. Check your paper to make sure that you have your name, date, and period on your paper.
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