Algebra – Inequalities

Introducing Inequalites

• The 4 inequality signs   >   <   ≥   ≥
• Representing inequalities on a number line
• Finding values of x that solve the inequality Inequalities

Introducing Inequalites

• The 4 inequality signs   >   <   ≥   ≥
• Representing inequalities on a number line
• Finding values of x that solve the inequality

Linear Inequalities

• Solving linear inequalites such as:  8x + 4 ≥ -2x + 6
• When dividing both sides of the inequality by a negative number, FLIP the inequality sign
• When multiplying both sides of the . . .

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Linear Inequalities

• Solving linear inequalites such as:  8x + 4 ≥ -2x + 6
• When dividing both sides of the inequality by a negative number, FLIP the inequality sign
• When multiplying both sides of the inequality by a negative number, FLIP the inequality sign Inequalities

Introducing Inequalites

• The 4 inequality signs   >   <   ≥   ≥
• Representing inequalities on a number line
• Finding values of x that solve the inequality

Linear Inequalities

• Solving linear inequalites such as:  8x + 4 ≥ -2x + 6
• When dividing both sides of the inequality by a negative number, FLIP the inequality sign
• When multiplying both sides of the . . .

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Graphing Linear Inequalities

• Using the corresponding equality to determining the region on a graph that satisfies the inequality
• Finding the area that satisfies two inequalities Inequalities

Introducing Inequalites

• The 4 inequality signs   >   <   ≥   ≥
• Representing inequalities on a number line
• Finding values of x that solve the inequality

Linear Inequalities

• Solving linear inequalites such as:  8x + 4 ≥ -2x + 6
• When dividing both sides of the inequality by a negative number, FLIP the inequality sign
• When multiplying both sides of the . . .

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• Solving quadratic inequalities
• Representing quadratic inequalities on a number line
• Finding the region on a graph that satisfy a quadratic inequality Inequalities

Introducing Inequalites

• The 4 inequality signs   >   <   ≥   ≥
• Representing inequalities on a number line
• Finding values of x that solve the inequality

Linear Inequalities

• Solving linear inequalites such as:  8x + 4 ≥ -2x + 6
• When dividing both sides of the inequality by a negative number, FLIP the inequality sign
• When multiplying both sides of the . . .

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SET I

Solving    x² < 3 - 2x

• Using a number line
• Highlight the section that satisfies the inequality

Solving    y < x² - 3x - 4

• Highlight the section that satisfies the inequality Inequalities

Introducing Inequalites

• The 4 inequality signs   >   <   ≥   ≥
• Representing inequalities on a number line
• Finding values of x that solve the inequality

Linear Inequalities

• Solving linear inequalites such as:  8x + 4 ≥ -2x + 6
• When dividing both sides of the inequality by a negative number, FLIP the inequality sign
• When multiplying both sides of the . . .

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