Introduction to writing inequalities and determining if they are true or false.
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Questions answered by this video:
What are inequalities?
What do <, >, <=, and >= mean?
Is -4 > -5?
Is 4 > 5?
Is -3 2/7 > -3 3/10?
Is -5 <= 5?
Is -8 >= -7?
Is 11 <= 11?
How do you translate word statements into inequalities?
How do you write seven is less than ten as an inequality?
How would you write seven less than ten as a math statement?
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This lesson is an introduction to the inequality symbols, what they mean, and how to use a number line to determine inequality. Several examples are shown and a number line is used to show that certain inequalities are true or false. This is a great way to learn about inequality.