This is a project that brings one-variable inequalities to real-life. The student surveys six different groups of people and turns the results into 6 different inequalities (<, >, less than or equal to, greater than or equal to, =, and not equal to).
Directions for the student, a grading rubric, directions for the teacher, and a finished example are all included.
Can be finished in one class period (after students have gathered their data) or completed outside of class for extra credit.
Download the preview to see a finished project and a copy of the survey form that they use to gather the data for the project.
This resource is also available as a part of my Inequalities Unit Bundle
and my Algebra Projects Bundle
All of my products are color-coded and sorted by topic. To find more products on Inequalities, please return to my store and look for the lime green background or choose the Inequalities
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My other Algebra 1 Inequalities products include:
Intro to Inequalities Notes
Solving Inequalities Notes
Systems of Inequalities Notes & Practice
One-Variable Inequalities Foldable
Graphing Linear Inequalities Foldable
Intro to Inequalities Practice
Solving Inequalities Practice
Inequality Mini Word Problems Practice
Graphing Inequalities in Slope-Intercept Form
Graphing Inequalities in Standard Form
Graphing Inequalities Mixed Practice
Checking Solutions of Inequalities in Standard Form Practice (free)
Where Should We Shade? Group Activity
Why do we need to flip the inequality sign? Discovery Activity (free)
One-Variable Inequalities Matching Activity
Graphing Linear Inequalities Group Activity
Inequalities Review Activity
Graphing Inequalities Quiz
Inequalities Exit Tickets (or Warm-ups)
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