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Day 18 translating inequalities

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  • 1. AIM: Write and Solve Inequalities Do Now Basic Skills Quiz #4 1
  • 2. Basic Skills Quiz #4 1.) Add and write your answer in simplest form. 3 1 4 + 4 1 5 2.) Complete the following decimal operation. 1.95 ÷ 1.3 3.) What is the Least Common Multiple of 5 and 8? 4.) Solve the following equation. x 5 = 12 5.) Round the following to the nearest hundredth. 185.2486 2
  • 3. Homework: Pages 588-589 #8-13 all, 36, 44 3
  • 4. Anticipatory Set Find, explain, and correct the mistake in the following example. 6 - 2g < 30 -2 -2 6 + g > -15 -6 -6 g > -21 4
  • 5. 1.) An expedition leader estimates that a group of hikers can carry less than 550 lbs. of food and equipment. The group must carry 325 lbs. of equipment as well as 25 lbs. of food for each climber. What is the greatest possible number of people in the expedition? Write and solve an inequality, then graph the solution set. 5
  • 6. 2.) Dale has $25 to spend at a carnival. If admission cost $4 and the rides cost $1.50 each, what is the greatest number of rides Dale can go on? Write and solve an inequality, then graph the solution set. 6
  • 7. 3.) Nine more than half the number n is no more than -8. Write and solve an inequality, then graph the solution set. 7
  • 8. 4.) Natasha wants to treat her friends to the movies. She can spend at most $131. The movie tickets cost $11 each and she also wants to buy $21 worth of popcorn and candy for her friends to share. What are the possible number of friends she can invite (including herself)? 8
  • 9. 5.) An office building contains 5,100 square feet of space. Each employee will have a cubicle that takes up 200 square feet of space. The plan is to have a 300 square foot entryway. What are the possible number of employees the office building can accommodate? 9
  • 10. BEFORE YOU LEAVE: Create A Problem 1.) Create a word problem where you would write an inequality to solve the problem. 2.) Write and solve the inequality. 10
  • 11. Mr. Tjersland's Math 7 Homework: Castle Homework #5 due Friday 11
  • 12. AIM: Write and Solve Inequalities 1.) An expedition leader estimates that a group of hikers can carry less than 550 lbs. of food and equipment. The group must carry 325 lbs. of equipment as well as 25 lbs. of food for each climber. What is the greatest possible number of people in the expedition? Write and solve an inequality, then graph the solution set. 12