Inequalities (Solving & Graphing) Presentation and Notes

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Use this PowerPoint presentation and note-taking outline to introduce solving and graphing inequalities. It has layered animations to allow you to question students as you present and only contains four slides due to the animation involved. The note-taking outlines coordinate with the PowerPoint presentation and include eight additional examples as follow-up. The outline can easily be incorporated into an interactive notebook.

Integers are involved so this is not appropriate for students who have not yet learned to calculate with negative numbers. One and two step inequalities are included.

Answer keys for the notes are included.

CCSS:7.EE.B.4
CCSS: HSA-REI.B.3

This is great used in conjunction with: Inequality (Solving & Graphing) Card Sort. The two activities may be used in either order depending upon whether your goal for the card sort is to access prior knowledge or to review.

These products are included in this bundle: Inequalities Bundle (Solving & Graphing)


Inequalities (Solving & Graphing) Presentation and Notes by Activities by Jill is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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Inequalities (Solving & Graphing) Presentation and Notes
Inequalities (Solving & Graphing) Presentation and Notes
Inequalities (Solving & Graphing) Presentation and Notes
Inequalities (Solving & Graphing) Presentation and Notes