In this Algebra lesson I beginning reviewing how to graph inequalities on a number line. I then work through 5 examples.
Example 1-3: Setting up single variable inequalities and graph them on a number line at 4:07 9:50 15:01
Example 4: Setting up and solving a multiple step inequality at 16:07
Example 5: Setting up and solving a more difficult multiple step inequality at 21:31
Modeling Word Problems with Linear Functions Part 1
Modeling Real World Problems Linear Functions Part 2
Translating Word Problems into Equations 6 Examples
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