This quick lesson entailed different, slightly more sophisticated compound inequalities, including variable terms with an exponent of 2.
In this lesson, we introduced the concept of a compound inequality separated by either "and" or "or."
This lesson (re)introduces students to the concepts of inequalities by solving inequalities and graphing them on a number line.
On Tuesday, we clearly enumerated the steps in solving equations and discussed the need to maintain equality while applying properties of equality and mathematics to isolate variables. We also looked at a few pitfall steps to avoid.
On April 13, we looked at how to express solutions for equations and inequalities (in one variable) in three different ways--in words, in set notation, and on a number line.