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Linear Inequalities Part 2

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Algebra 1- Day 1 lesson plan was just on solving inequalities. This is the lesson plan for day 2 where I introduced graphing and interval notation.

Algebra 1- Day 1 lesson plan was just on solving inequalities. This is the lesson plan for day 2 where I introduced graphing and interval notation.

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    Linear Inequalities Part 2 Linear Inequalities Part 2 Presentation Transcript

    • Warm Up
      • Solve. 6x + 5 < 23 Solve. -17 > 5x – 2
      • Write the following as an inequality.
      • All numbers greater than or equal to 0.
      • Where do numbers end?
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    • Graphing Inequalities
      • There are three pieces to graphing:
      • Number Line
      • Dot
      • Shading
      Inequality Dot < and > ≤ and ≥
    • Graphing Inequalities
      • x < 2
      Line Dot Shade
    • Graphing Inequalities
      • x > -2
      Line Dot Shade
    • Graphing Inequalities
      • x ≤ 1
      Line Dot Shade
    • Graphing Inequalities
      • x ≥ 0
      Line Dot Shade
    • Graphing Inequalities
      • Solve, then graph.
      • x + 3 ≤ 2(x – 4)
    • Graphing Inequalities
      • Video
    • Graphing Inequalities Now that we know how to graph, we need to learn how to write the answer as an interval. Inequality Dot Interval < and > Empty ( ≤ and ≥ Full [
    • Graphing Inequalities
      • Here are the steps:
      • Solve
      • Graph
      • Change
      • Interval
      • -6 + 5x < 19
    • Graphing Inequalities
      • Here are the steps:
      • Solve
      • Graph
      • Change
      • Interval
      • x + 3 ≤ 2(x – 7)
    • Graphing Inequalities
      • Here are the steps:
      • Solve
      • Graph
      • Change
      • Interval
      • -x + 6 > -(2x + 4)