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Inequalities (Grade 6)




 


Videos and lessons to help Grade 6 students learn how to write an inequality of the form x > c  or x < c to represent a constraint or condition in a real-world or mathematical problem. Recognize that inequalities of the form x > c or x < c have infinitely many solutions; represent solutions of such inequalities on number line diagrams.

Common Core: 6.EE.8

Suggested Learning Targets

  • I can write inequalities and recognize that inequalitites can have infinite solutions.
  • I can represent inequalities on a number line.
  • I can identify the constraint or condition in a real-world or mathematical problem in
    order to set up an inequality.
  • I can recognize that inequalities of the form x>c or x<c have infinitely many solutions.
  • I can write an inequality of the form x>c or x<c to represent a constraint or condition in a real-world or mathematical problem.
  • I can represent solutions to inequalities or the form x>c or x<c, with infinitely many
    solutions, on the number line diagrams

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Common Core for Grade 6

More Lessons for Grade 6


Writing, using, and understanding inequalities--Lesson 1 of 3 (Common Core Standard 6.EE.8)
In this lesson you will learn how to represent the solution set of an inequality by creating a number line.


Writing, using, and understanding inequalities--Lesson 2 of 3 (Common Core Standard 6.EE.8)
In this lesson you will learn to write an inequality given a number line representation.





Writing, using, and understanding inequalities--Lesson 3 of 3 (Common Core Standard 6.EE.8)
In this lesson you will learn to represent real-world scenarios involving inequalities with a number line.


Writing Inequalities
How can you use inequalities to represent real-world situations?



 

Inequalities.


Writing Basic Inequalities.




Writing An Inequality From A Word Problem
The elevator of a local school has a maximum weight capacity of 2,000 pounds. If there are already 3 people on the elevator that have a combined weight of 460 pounds, write an inequality expressing the possible weights that may be added to the elevator. Use "w" to represent the weight.

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