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# Translate Verbal Statements to Inequalities

Unit 4: Expressions and Equations
Lesson 10 of 20

## Big Idea: Anytime we say at least, a maximum of, fewer than, etc... we are making inequality statements. Let's translate these into mathematical inequalities.

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Math, Expressions (Algebra), inequalities, verbal statements, equation
40 minutes

### Grant Harris

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