Reflection on Inequalities
Liana Haug Period 3
How can I write an inequality?
This sentence tells you that Ms. Hagan's hat is for ages 3 and up. So the sign will have a line underneath the 3 because you can wear it if you are 3 or older.
These are the inequality signs!
Writing an inequality from a graph
You can also write an inequality from a graph
How can I solve an inequality?
How can I graph an inequality?
When graphing inequalities, ask yourself these questions:
Is the number greater/less than or equal to the variable?
is the circle going to be an open or closed circle?
Did I shade or draw an arrow/line the right way?
Does my answer make sense?
The inequality's sign will tell which way to shade/to make a line, it will also tell you if it is an open circle or closed circle. You also have to label the number on the number line with a circle above the number, color the circle in if the sign has a line underneath which means it could be equal too. Finally, draw or shade to the left (if it is less than) or to the right (if greater than)