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Interactive video lesson plan for: Translating words into inequalities and graphs

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Translating words into inequalities.
In this video you will learn statements that are translated into inequalities, and then how you can convert these statements into an inequality and a graph.
To begin it will help if you are familiar with statements that are translated into inequalities.
Here is a list of these keywords.,
These statements use the less than or equal to symbol
No more than
Not above
Does not exceed
At most

These statements use the greater than or equal to symbol

At least
No fewer than


These statements use the less than symbol

Fewer than
Below
Less than

These statements use the greater than symbol
More than
Exceeding
Above
Greater than

I use the following steps to help with translating the words.
Circle the keywords
Write the inequality
Substitute a number into the inequality to see if it is correct.

Graphing inequalities | solving inequalities | solve inequalities
| inequalities word problems

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