## Instructional Strategy - Table Discussion - Section 3: Summary

Instructional Strategy - Table Discussion
Instructional Strategy - Table Discussion

# Inequality Applications

Unit 6: Equations
Lesson 19 of 22

## Big Idea: At most and at least - the most common mistakes in inequality verbiage - this lesson addresses their meaning, and thus their inequality.

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Math, Algebra, inequality word problems
60 minutes

### Heather Stephan

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