Reflection: Problem-based Approaches So Many Options: Solving One-Step Inequalities - Section 3: Instruction & Teacher Modeling

 

This reflection video addresses how important it is to express the solutions of inequality problems properly.

  Problem-based Approaches: Inequality Solutions
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So Many Options: Solving One-Step Inequalities

Unit 4: One-Step Equations & Inequalities
Lesson 10 of 15

Objective: SWBAT solve one-step inequalities while demonstrating their knowledge that the solution is more than one quantity.

Big Idea: The Possibilities Are Unlimited.... Almost: Understanding when solving one-step inequalities that your solution will be many possibilities.

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Math, Expressions (Algebra), Inequalities (Algebra), solving one step inequalities, solving inequalities on a number line, inequality symbols
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