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From Guess and Check to Creating Equations; From Equations to Inequalities

Unit 4: Creating Linear Equations
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: SWBAT practice using the guess-and-check strategy as a method for developing equations.

Big Idea: This is a fast-paced lesson that meets students where they are and challenges them to cement their knowledge of solving and creating linear equations.

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Math, linear inequalities, Algebra, linear equation, problem solving, assessment, group work, word problems, conceptual approaches
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