Algebra 1 3-4 Guided Practice: Solving Multi-Step Inequalities

by Matthew Richardson

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Solve It! Math Club members are selling Pi Day T-shirts for $7.50 each. The goal is to raise $500 by Friday. The figure shows how much they have raised by Wednesday. What is the minimum number of shirts they must still sell in order to reach their goal?

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Take Note: Describe how the process of solving a multi-step inequality is similar to solving a multi-step equation.

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Take Note: What is the impact that multiplying or dividing both sides of a multi-step inequality by a negative has on the inequality symbol?

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Problem 4 Got It? Reasoning: The first step in solving Problem 4 was to subtract 3n from each side of the inequality. What else could have been the first step in solving the inequality? Explain.

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Take Note: Provide an example of an inequality that is never true.

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Take Note: Provide an example of an inequality that is always true.

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Take Note: Summarize the mathematical content of this lesson. What topics, ideas, and vocabulary were introduced?

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