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The Overtime Problem

Unit 2: Piecewise Functions
Lesson 1 of 12

Objective: SWBAT write inequalities in one variable and to graph inequalities using a number line. SWBAT describe the relationship between the number of hours worked and a person's total earnings when they are being paid for overtime hours.

Big Idea: Get started thinking about inequalities by looking at real-world, every day examples. Represent these examples in as many different ways as possible.

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Math, modeling, Inequalities (Algebra), Precalculus and Calculus, real world, real world applications, multiple representations, absolute value, piecewise-defined functions
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