Pre-Algebra Lesson 1.9

Pre-Algebra Lesson 1.9 - Inequalities Objective: Use...

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Unformatted text preview: Inequalities Objective: Use inequalities 5-Minute Check Solve each equation using the inverse operation. 1. 5 + r = 12 5-Minute Check Solve each equation using the inverse operation. 1. 5 + r = 12 7 5-Minute Check Solve each equation using the inverse operation. 1. 5 + r = 12 7 2. 34 = 2s 5-Minute Check Solve each equation using the inverse operation. 1. 5 + r = 12 7 2. 34 = 2s 17 5-Minute Check Solve each equation using the inverse operation. 1. 5 + r = 12 7 2. 34 = 2s 17 3. 7 = g/12 5-Minute Check Solve each equation using the inverse operation. 1. 5 + r = 12 7 2. 34 = 2s 17 3. 7 = g/12 84 5-Minute Check Solve each equation using the inverse operation. 1. 5 + r = 12 7 2. 34 = 2s 17 3. 7 = g/12 84 4. 4.37 = y 9.32 5-Minute Check Solve each equation using the inverse operation. 1. 5 + r = 12 7 2. 34 = 2s 17 3. 7 = g/12 84 4. 4.37 = y 9.32 13.69 5-Minute Check Solve each equation using the inverse operation. 1. 5 + r = 12 7 2. 34 = 2s 17 3. 7 = g/12 84 4. 4.37 = y 9.32 13.69 5. Astronomers keep track of about 7000 objects. One out of every ten of these is a satellite. The rest are space trash. About how many satellites are astronomers tracking? a. Define a variable. 5-Minute Check Solve each equation using the inverse operation....
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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Pre-Algebra Lesson 1.9 - Inequalities Objective: Use...

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