Algebra 1 - Absolute Value Inequalities for Solving and Graphing - Foldable
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This is a foldable designed for interactive math notebooks.
This foldable walks students through the process of solving absolute value inequalities using all 4 inequality symbols.
The front of each tab introduces the concept of when to use "And" and "Or" by working with an absolute value inequality of 4. Each scenario is shown and the concept of using number sense should be encouraged when discovering the idea of reversing the inequality symbol and acknowledging the negative values.
Beneath each tab are 2 appropriate problems - one with a general solution and another with either no solution or all real numbers.
Answer Key is included.