Algebra 1 Online! Henrico County Public Schools, Virginia
Module - Solving Inequalities
Lesson 1 - Solving Inequalities by Addition or Subtraction
 Lessons 1- Solving Inequalities by Addition and Subtraction 2- Solving Inequalities by Multiplication and Division 3- Solving Multi-Step Inequalities 4- Solving Compound Inequalities 5- Module Review
 SOL None Common Core Standards Warm-up Lessons Videos Explore Learning Geogebra Internet Sites Interactive Notes: Writing Inequalities - notes and workout problems at Math.com Interactive Notes: Solving Inequalities - lessons and practice problems at Regentsprep.org Interactive Notes: Solving Inequalities - notes and workout problems at Math.com Tasks Homework Journal Inequalities: Sometimes statements we make can be translated into inequalities. For example, Statement: You have to be at least 16 years old to have a driver’s license. Inequality: age  > 16 Statement: Thomas can only lift 75 pounds. Inequality: weight < 75 Following these examples, write three statements that deal with your everyday life. Translate each into an inequality. Study Guide Other
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