Equations and Inequalities (Pre-Algebra Curriculum - Unit 3)
This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, four quizzes, a study guide, and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• One-Step Equations
• Rational Equations
• Two-Step Equations
• Solving Equations by Square Roots
• Multi-Step Equations (Variables on One Side)
• Multi-Step Equations (Variables on Both Sides)
• Special Solutions: No Solution and Infinite Solution
• Solving Equations by Clearing Fractions
• Translating and Solving Equations
• Equation Word Problems
• Representing and Graphing Inequalities
• One- and Two-Step Inequalities
• Multi-Step Inequalities
• Translating and Solving Inequalities
• Inequality Word Problems
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More Pre-Algebra Units:
Unit 1 – The Real Numbers
Unit 2 – Algebraic Expressions
Unit 4 – Ratios, Proportions, and Percents
Unit 5 – Functions and Linear Representations
Unit 6 – Systems of Equations
Unit 7 – Geometry
Unit 8 – Measurement: Area and Volume
Unit 9 – Probability and Statistics
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