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Writing, Graphing and Translating Inequalities: Intro to Inequalities Packet with Multiple Versions. Students will Write a Verbal Expression, Algebraic Expression and/or create a Graphic Representation of Inequalities. Multiple versions included to need your students needs. One version is designed

Inequality Symbols Foldable Notes for Interactive Notebooks
Easy to make student notes foldable for interactive notebooks. Behind each inequality symbol are common key phrases associated with the inequality symbol.
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Daily Warm-Ups: Solving & Graphing Inequ

This "Tower of Power" is a scaffolded worksheet that allows students to coherently access translating inequalities. I have used this worksheet with my ELLs. I have used this as partner practice and homework.

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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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Students will complete the activity by translating the inequality words into algebraic inequalities.

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Translating Inequality Word Phrases Guided Notes

Translating Inequalities Maze

Use this fun activity to give students a real world connection to inequalities. It’s a great introductory activity once students know the symbols and basic meanings. Students will practice translating words into inequalities. When a building is constructed, it must be up to code. One set of codes

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Also included in: Math + Design Bundle, Secondary Resources

Translating, Solving, and Graphing One-Step Inequalities:
This activity includes: 5 pages of questions (10 questions in all), a student recording sheet, and an answer key. Each question sheet has a one step inequality problem written verbally. Students will need to translate the inequality, solve t

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This packet includes notes & practice for solving & graphing inequalities in one variable, compound inequalities, translating inequalities, graphing inequalities in 2 variables.
Activities for practice include a cut-and-paste for solving & graphing inequalities in 1 variable and my favor

2 Part activity about translating Inequalities from Word Problems. Students can sort the key words such as "Maximum of" and "At Least" into columns labeled with the inequality signs. Then they can go through and start writing the inequalities.

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This assignment gives students practice representing simple and compound inequalities in three ways:
- on a number line
- using inequality notation < > etc.
- using interval notation
Students translate an inequality given in one form into the other two forms.
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A-REI.

This is a matching activity for students to practice their skills at translating inequalities. There are 3 sets of 3 similar-looking inequalities (total of 9 inequalities) and phrases to describe them.
This could be a quick review or a do now (bell ringer/work)!

5 ACTIVITIES IN 1!!!!!
Card Sort
Students cut apart the cards and match each real word situation to the corresponding inequality symbol. This can be done in two ways.
As a station activity: Print the blank board, and laminate the cards.
As an independent activity: Print a page for each studen

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This unit discusses the vocabulary and translating of expressions and equations, evaluating equations, translating inequalities, sorting math operation vocabulary for translations, sorting and translating math sentences, and worksheets for class warm-ups homeworks, guided practice, and independent

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*3-day lesson
*warmups/exit tickets
*vocabulary
*practice problems
*9 student pages/ worksheet
Day 1:
-identify inequality signs
-interpret number line graphs
-translate inequality phrases
-graph inequalities on number lines
Day 2:
-solve/graph inequalities
Day 3:
-compound inequalities
College Re

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There are 2 no prep note pages with doodles included in this resource. The first page introduces students to inequalities. It defines inequality and solution. Then has students evaluate inequalities and translate inequalities. The second page teaches students how to graph inequalities. It also shows

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Also included in: Expressions and Equation No Prep Note Page Bundle

Match inequality equations to the graphed solution.
Identify possible solutions to inequality equations.
Translate inequality verbal statements into mathematical statements.

This is Unit 3 of the Pre-Algebra Full Curriculum from my store.
The unit covers solving basic equations, multi-step equations and equations with special solutions (no solution, all real numbers), translating equations, making equations from word problems, an optional lesson on canceling fraction

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This lesson consists of providing you with a Self-Tutorial on how to solve typical linear inequalities of the form: ax + b > c (any of these symbols: , â‰¤, â‰¥ can be used). The tutor goes over how to draw number line graphs. Also covered is the Double Inequality (a < x < b). Properties of

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This 6-page packet includes solving 1- and 2-step inequalities, graphing inequalities, and translating inequalities. There's also a page about the similarities and differences between the solution sets and process for solving 2-step inequalities and equations.
Each page contains two homeworks for

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Inequalities Review Activity:
This activity is a great review before a quiz. It includes translating ONE STEP inequalities as well as graphing and solving.
-translating inequalities
-solving inequalities including multiplying and dividing !
-graphing inequalities
It is challenging enough but achi

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This Lesson Bundle includes:
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Worksheet
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and Chinese Translations for Inequalities

These are notes used to introduce students to inequalities. Students will represent inequalities graphically (on a number line), translate an inequality in words to an inequality using symbols and graph, state whether a number is in the solution set of an inequality and write and graph inequalities

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