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COMMON CORE ALIGNED! Inequalities Word Problem Matching is a fun way for students to recognize and apply some of the different phrases used in inequality situations. This activity has the student work with multiple representations (situation, inequality, and graph) of each inequality. It can be use

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Students are given several word scenarios and several inequalities. Students are to figure out which inequality symbols and numbers to use to match the given situation. Cut out the inequalities pieces with a paper cutter and then you are ready to go! Simply give each student or pairs the word scenar

Solving One Step Inequalities Puzzle
For students learning how to solve and graph inequality word problems, they can practice with this puzzle and can self check.
***There are 3 versions included. The original puzzle AND a different puzzle that is easier to cut. Finally, there is a version with a

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Also included in: One Step Inequalities Notes and Stations BUNDLE

This is a set of 24 cards that will strengthen students' skills in matching an equation with variables on both sides to a word problem. There are 12 equations and 12 matching word problems. Important Information• Due to the fact that these equations all use the same numbers they are not intended to

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This is a set of 24 cards that will strengthen students' skills in matching an inequality with variables on both sides to a word problem. There are 12 inequalities and 12 matching word problems.
Due to the fact that these inequalities all use the same numbers they are not intended to be solved.

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Also included in: Solving & Graphing Inequalities Bundle

Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of task cards focuses on linear inequalities word problems. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of cards has word problems. The other set has solutions to match. This resource includ

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Also included in: Expressions Equations and Inequalities Algebra 2 Curriculum Unit 1

I created this game for my common core math stations. It can be played individually, in partners, or groups of three or four. These cards match word problems to inequalities.
It works perfectly in stations as it is easily differentiated. As my students are rotating from one station to the next, I c

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Card sorts are one of my favorite ways to evaluate student understanding. Another perk is that they promote student discussion!
I refer to this particular activity as a modified card sort since a student work outline accompanies the sort.
Three sets of four word problems each are incorporated int

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This puzzle includes 6 questions that are designed to help students practice solving real-life systems of inequalities. Students will need to cut out 18 puzzle pieces and match them together in groups of four (word problem, defined variables, inequalities, and graph).
Please note that the only nu

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Students will match inequalities to word problems to create a system of inequalities. They must then graph the system to determine the feasible region and identify possible solutions.

This set of matching cards requires students to write a one step equation from a word problem, solve the equation, and graph their answer on a number line. There are 12 problems, each with 4 cards, for a total of 48 cards to cut out and sort.All problems use the same numbers so students can't just

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Also included in: One Step Equations Bundle

Students will match the domain and range for 12 different real-life scenarios. Similar numbers are used in the problems to keep students from guessing. The answers are in inequality or set notation.

This file contains 8 word problems and matching expressions and inequalities. Can be used with or without the provided expressions and inequalities. Cards can be mounted on cardstock and used as a memory game, cut and pasted in a math notebook, or mounted front to back for a self-checking center.

Students will need to read 6 word problems and translate each into the correct algebraic inequality. Match each cut out to the correct word problem and paste or tape together to create a snowflake. Students must consider phrases such as maximum, minimum, at least, at most, no less than, and no gre

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This is a great cooperative activity for algebra one or algebra two. It involves inequalities, some of which are compound inequalities.
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There are 32 cards.
8 story cards (S1, S2, S3, …),
8 inequality cards (I1, I2, I3, …),
8 answer cards (A1, A2, A3, …),
and 8 graph card

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This is a set of four word problems and four inequalities. Students can match word problems to inequalities and then solve. The problems are similar so that students must focus on key words that hint at which inequality symbol should be used. Use this to introduce students to inequality word prob

This set of matching cards requires students to write a one step inequality from a word problem, solve the inequality, and graph their answer on a number line. There are 12 problems, each with 4 cards, for a total of 48 cards to cut out and sort.There are no "flips" required to solve the one step i

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Also included in: Solving & Graphing Inequalities Bundle

This set of matching cards requires students to write a two step inequality from a word problem, solve the inequality, and graph their answer on a number line. There are 12 problems, each with 4 cards, for a total of 48 cards to cut out and sort.
All problems use the same numbers so students can't

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This set includes 2 pages for interactive notes, five worksheets, and three exit slips.
Note pages: Students explore and discover the rule of multiplying and dividing an inequality by a negative number
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Each worksheet has problems for which students solve, graph, check thei

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Also included in: Inequalities Bundle (Writing, Solving and Graphing)

The main idea of this sort is to match groups of four—one story situation, one graph, and two equivalent inequalities (one with the variable in front and one with the variable in the back).
It has been designed so that students cannot simply match based off of the numbers in the problems. Rather ha

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What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus?
Matching word problems (descriptions) to one -step equations & inequalities. Students are not asked to solve but just match the word problem with the equation or inequality that would be used to solve it.
The activity has a coded message to

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These fun task cards are a matching game that lets the students match the word problem to the inequality and then the solution. It is an engaging way to get your students to practice solving inequalities that are aligned to 7th grade common core standards. There is even a bonus question on the recor

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This is a quick activity where students cut and match the inequality to the graph. The students can paste it into their notebooks and discuss the graph with their partners. As a whole group the class needs to discuss the answers and why it works. Then after the students recognize how to graph, yo

The students will practice matching variable equations involving
addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to word problems
and solving for the variable.
Gallery Walk
Post the word problems on the wall or on tables around the room. Give each individual or pair the worksheet containin

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