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Compound Inequalities Card Match Activity

Compound Inequalities Card Match Activity
Compound Inequalities Card Match Activity
Compound Inequalities Card Match Activity
Compound Inequalities Card Match Activity
Compound Inequalities Card Match Activity
Compound Inequalities Card Match Activity
Compound Inequalities Card Match Activity
Compound Inequalities Card Match Activity
Product Description
This Compound Inequalities card sort activity requires students to solve compound inequalities (“and” & “or”) and match them to the correct solution and number line.

How It Works
This activity includes 16 compound inequalities, solutions, and number lines. Students will cut out the solutions & number lines and match them to the correct compound inequality on the student response sheet.

This activity is easy for the teacher to check while walking around the room due to each solution and number line having a letter or number than goes with it. Answer key is included.

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