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Week 20 Powerpoints

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Slide3#89 Do Now (Week 20 day 1)

Solve each inequality. Then match it with the correct graph.1) -6 + h ≥ 15 2) 13 < x + 7 3) 6.7 + y ≤ -2.1

Slide4#90 Compound Inequalities Investigation

Fill in both sides of your table with your ______pm partner

Slide5#90 Compound Inequalities Investigation

Fill in both sides of your table with your ______pm partner

13 and older, but younger than 20

13

≤ x < 20

Slide6#90 Compound Inequalities Investigation

Slide7#90 Compound Inequalities Investigation

Slide8#90 Compound Inequalities Investigation

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Slide10#91 Do Now (Week 20 Day 2)

Match each idea with the correct exampleMultiply/Divide by a Negative Combine Like TermsVariables on Both Sides Distributive Property

1)2)3)4)

Slide11#91 Do Now (Week 20 Day 2)

Match each idea with the correct exampleMultiply/Divide by a Negative Combine Like TermsVariables on Both Sides Distributive Property

1)Distributive Property2)Combining Like Terms3)Variables on Both Sides4)Multiply/Divide By Negative

Slide12#92 – Multi-Step Equations Sort

Distributive PropertyCombining Like TermsVariables on Both SidesMultiply/Divide By Negative

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Game: Treasure Run

On your turn:

MOVE by rolling the die & advancing your runner that many spaces

SOLVE a new inequality

CHOOSE if you are going to risk earning treasure

If no, your turn ends

If yes, you roll the die.

If the number you get is a

solution

, you add the number of jewels on the card to your stash, and get to roll again!

If you get a number that is

not a solution

, you lose all the jewels in your stash and your runner has to start back at the beginning!

When a runner makes it to the temple, all the jewels currently in your stash are now

safe (“in the vault”)

and cannot be lost. Start the runner back at the beginning and try to add more. Player with the most jewels in their possession at the end wins!

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Slide16Day 3 Block C&EDay 4 Block D

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Slide17Do Now (No #)

Take out your practice quizWrite an inequality for the given graph:Write an inequality for the situation: “The number of points I can earn on the quiz is not more than 20”“There are at least 12 people in the room”

Slide18Practice Quiz – Check Answers

Correct your practice quiz

Slide19Practice Quiz – Check Answers

Correct your practice quiz

Slide20Choice Review

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(#92) – Multistep equations

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Slide23#93 Do Now (Week 20 Day 3 or 4)

Solve for x:

X – 4 > 3 -3x < 9 2x + 5

≤ 13

What do “m” and “b” stand for in y = mx + b?

Name the slope and y-intercept of the following equation: y = -5/4x + 20

Slide24#94 - Graphing & Inequalities

Dice Game Rules:

Slide25#94 – Graphing & Inequalities

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Your Tasks:

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