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- Warm up
- Correct Homework
- 4-3 Relating Tables and Graphs to equations

- Warm up
- Correct Homework
- 4-3 Relating Tables and Graphs to equations

- Warm Up: WHICH ONE DOESN'T BELONG?
- Independently Notes on Lesson 4-2: Analyzing Patterns Using Tables and Graphs
Do the Example and finish the table in your notebook and Do both "Got it's"in your Student Companion**Part 1**:**Key Concept:**Watch the Key Concept Video**Part 2****:**Do the Example and the "Got it"**Part 3****:**Example and "Got it"**Part 4**:Do the Example in your notebook and do both "Got it's"- Start homework if time permits

Lesson 4-2: Analyzing Patterns Using Tables and Graphs--Homework G

- Warm Up: WHICH ONE DOESN'T BELONG?
- Correct homework
- Topic Test 3
- Notes: 4-2 Analyzing Tables and Graphs

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- Warm up: Which One Doesn't Belong?
- Correct Homework
- Real-world situations using inequality statements
- Task 1: Swimming Class
- Task 2: Math Mission
- Task 3: Write and Interpret Inequalities
- Task 4: Is Mia’s Statement True?
- Task 5: Prepare a Presentation
- Task 6: Make Connections
- As your classmates present, ask questions such as:
- How did you decide which inequality symbol to use?
- Why did you include 30 (in the inequality about age for running for sheriff)?
- Why didn't you include 300 (in the inequality about points that Martin scored)?

- Task 7: Inequalities- This will be completed on Google Classroom
- Task 8: Reflect On Your Work

Topic 3 review. Show work.

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Warm up: Which one doesn't belong? Discuss with your shoulder buddy at a level two.

Correct Homework: Solving and Graphing Inequalities

Correct Homework: Solving and Graphing Inequalities

- Inequality practice Work with a partner on the slide show below.

Classwork: worksheet practice

WS: Writing inequality in Real life.

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Agenda

Warm up: Which one doesn't belong? Discuss with your shoulder buddy at a level two.

Correct Homework: Writing Inequalities Worksheet

Correct Homework: Writing Inequalities Worksheet

Writing Equations and Inequalities From Real-World Situations**Notes:**- Try a these in your notebook

WS: Solving and Graphing Inequalities

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- Date Math
- Correct 3-6 Inequalities
- Quiz Corrections

Pearson 3-7 Mixed Review

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- Date math: 31020=17
- Finish Slide Presentations
- POM
- Create a Google spreadsheet to show your work for Level B on the POM
- Fill out the Google form to give yourself a grade
- Turn your POM in
- Inequalities

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- Date math: 3820=17
- Slide Presentation
- Homework quiz
- Notes: Solving Inequalities 3-6

Solving Inequalities 3-6

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- Warm Up: Date Math
- Correct Homework: Logic problem
- I will collect the POM on Friday
- Notes: Inequalities

POM

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- Warm Up: Date Math
- Correct Homework: WS Solving Linear Equations
- Go over the POM

Logic Problem

- Warm Up: Which One Doesn't Belong
- Correct Homework: WS Solving Linear Equations
- Solving Equations: Using the Addition Property or the Multiplication Property
- Finish Task 2 and glue it into your notebook. Remember to add it to your Table of Contents.
- Task 3 through 6: Solve each problem in your Notebook

- Use either the addition or multiplication property of equality to solve this equation: 8.05=x+4.9
- Write the name of the property, and show each step you used to find the solution.
- Check your solution by substituting it for x in the equation. Does your solution make the equation true?

- Use either the addition or multiplication property of equality to solve this equation: 7y=329
- Write the name of the property, and show each step you used to find the solution.
- Check your solution by substituting it for y in the equation. Does your solution make the equation true?

- Use either the addition or multiplication property of equality to solve this equation:
23m=12 - Write the name of the property, and show each step you used to find the solution.
- Check your solution by substituting it for m in the equation. Does your solution make the equation true?

- Use either the addition or multiplication property of equality to solve this equation:
p7=124 - Write the name of the property, and show each step you used to find the solution.
- Check your solution by substituting it for p in the equation. Does your solution make the equation true?

Choose one of the equations you have solved to present.

- Show the steps you took to solve the equation.
- Explain how you used one of the properties of equality to solve.
- Include a screenshot of your work or take a picture of your work and upload it
- Add your slide to the class slide show linked here.

- How could you use the addition and multiplication properties of equality to solve the equation 5x+2=2x+9 ?

Ways of Thinking: Make Connections

- Take notes about the properties and steps your classmates used to solve the equations.

Task 9: Summary of the Math: Properties of Equality

**Addition property of equality**: If a=b, then a+c=b+c.**Multiplication property of equality**: If a=b, then ac=bc.- These two properties of equality are very useful. For any equation that is true, you can
- Add the same value to both sides or subtract the same value from both sides and the equation will still be true.
- Multiply or divide both sides by the same value and the equation will still be true.

Can you:

- Provide examples of equations that can be solved using the addition property of equality, and explain the steps for using the property to solve each equation?
- Provide examples of equations that can be solved using the multiplication property of equality, and explain the steps for using the property to solve each equation

Write a reflection about the ideas discussed in class today. Use the sentence starters below if you find them to be helpful.

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