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Title: Solving Linear Inequalities

Objective: - Students will understand the concept of linear inequalities and how they differ from linear equations. - Students will learn various methods to solve linear inequalities. - Students will apply their knowledge to solve real-world problems involving linear inequalities.

Materials: - Whiteboard or chalkboard - Markers or chalk - Handouts with practice problems - Graphing calculators (optional)

Procedure:

1. Introduction (10 minutes) a. Begin the lesson by reviewing the concept of linear equations and their solutions. b. Explain that linear inequalities are similar to linear equations but involve inequality symbols (<, >, â‰¤, â‰¥) instead of an equal sign. c. Discuss the importance of understanding linear inequalities in real-world scenarios, such as budgeting, planning, and decision-making.

2. Understanding Linear Inequalities (15 minutes) a. Define linear inequalities and provide examples, both in equation form and graphically. b. Discuss the different types of inequality symbols and their meanings. c. Emphasize that the solution to a linear inequality is a range of values that satisfy the inequality.

3. Solving Linear Inequalities (30 minutes) a. Introduce the methods for solving linear inequalities: