In this final lesson on inequalities, students explore situations in which some of the solutions to inequalities do not make sense in the situation’s context. Students learn to think carefully about a situation’s constraints when coming up with reasonable solutions to an inequality. Students also see that inequalities can represent a comparison of two or more unknown quantities.
- Critique (orally and in writing) possible values given for a situation with more than one constraint, including whether fractional or negative values are reasonable.
- Interpret unbalanced hanger diagrams (orally and in writing) and write inequality statements to represent relationships between the weights on an unbalanced hanger diagram.
- Write and interpret inequality statements that include more than one variable.
Let’s examine what inequalities can tell us.
- I can explain what the solution to an inequality means in a situation.
- I can write inequalities that involves more than one variable.
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