## Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Writing Inequalites...The solutions are endless! - Section 7: Closure

I collected this assignment to provide some feedback to the students about their understanding of solutions, inequalities, and equations.  I was looked at what the students wrote and provided feedback to them.  Here are a few samples of what I saw.

Student work

Student Self-Assessment: What does the student say?

# Writing Inequalites...The solutions are endless!

Unit 7: Equations
Lesson 10 of 14

## Big Idea: As in life, there is not always one solution to a problem.

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Math, Algebra, inequalities, Writing Inequalities
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### Michelle Schade

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