# Inequalities & Negation Video Lesson w/Guided Notes | Good for Distance Learning

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### Description

This video lesson is perfect for sub plans, class activities, math centers, remedial help, or flipping your class.

This video lesson teaches students how to understand and graph inequalities and "not equal to" statements.

In particular, your students will learn...

* What each inequality symbol means (and a simple trick for remembering them)

* The trichotomy property

* That negation is used to signify the opposite of a statement and is signified by a line through the equal or inequality symbol

* How to determine of a value is a solution to an inequality

* How to graph an inequality on a number line

You receive not only the instructional video but accompanying notes for students to complete as they watch the lesson. Answer key is also included.

This means you can easily hold your students accountable, increase their retention and understanding, and provide them a great resource for review.

Perfect for in-class demonstration, remedial help, sub plans, or for flipping your class.

Upon purchase, you will receive the student notes as well as information for how you can give your students individual access to the video.

This video lesson is designed for Algebra 1 students. To teach this concept on a more introductory level, check out these pre-algebra video lessons:

Pre-Algebra

Applying Inequalities

Multi-Step Inequalities

Graphing Linear Inequalities

Solving Inequalities

Understanding & Graphing Inequalities

To teach this concept on a more advanced level check out this Algebra 2 Systems of Inequalities Video Lesson.

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Grab the related Algebra 1 video lessons:

Or, save money by purchasing the complete Inequalities Unit & enjoy video lessons all unit long.

The full Inequalities Unit includes the following resources for ALL of the lesson listed above:

* Video lessons that teach each concept in a way students can easily understand

*Guided student notes that keep students engaged, hold them accountable, and serve as a fantastic study tool (teacherâ€™s version is also included)

* Differentiated practice/homework exercises that build students' skills

* Quick review videos to reinforce key concepts

* Unit review & study guide that teach study skills & improve test scores

* Editable assessments that make it easy to accurately assess students' skills

Get the complete Inequalities Unit here.

Or, save even more with MathLight's complete Algebra 1 curriculum.

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Download our free pre-algebra Integers unit with videos here.

Or, you can view our full lineup of pre-algebra videos (which will also show you what to expect in the student notes) at mymathlight.com. Just click "Try it free" and choose "Show me the videos."

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