The first page is a one-sided notes page on Solving one-step, two-step & multi-step Inequalities
in one variable. A total of 14 examples are included and start off easy with one-step inequalities and move on to two-step, variables on both sides and distributive property examples. The point is not so much to teach the student how to solve (since they should already know how to do this), but to reinforce the new concept of having to flip the sign or not. The examples can be used for in-class guided practice.
Also included is an additional page with 15 inequalities that can be used for homework or independent practice. Variables on both sides and the distributive property are included as well as one and two-step equations. Key included for both pages.
Check out my Why do we need to flip the inequality sign? Discovery Activity
(free) written to be used in conjunction with these notes.
This resource is also available as a part of my Inequalities Unit Bundle
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