Use an inequality to express the possible numbers that a variable could represent.
Determine all the integers that satisfy a given inequality with a variable.
Represent inequalities on a number line.
Use the addition property of inequality to isolate variables and solve algebraic inequalities and express their solutions graphically.
-Students practiced graphing inequalities on a number line. They reviewed that an open circle on an number line represents the solution not being included and a closed circle represents the solution being included.
-Students practiced solving algebraic inequalities by isolating the variable to one side. Then they practiced graphing the inequality on a number line.
Solve the algebraic inequality x + 2 > 5
How can we get x by itself?
What does it mean when x is greater than instead of greater than or equal to?
x > 2
Measure, draw, and classify angles.
Identify angles as acute, obtuse, or right.
Identify angle types and estimate their measurement.
Understand that angles are measured in degrees (from 0 to 360).
Understand that angles have types based on their degree measures (acute, obtuse, and right).
Acute Angle, Obtuse Angle, Right Angle, Straight Angle
- Students practiced identifying acute, obtuse, right, and straight angles. They matched the angle by esitmating the degrees that it is and then wrote down what angle it is.