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Unformatted text preview: Comparing and Ordering Objective: Compare and order integers 5Minute Check Place the coordinates on the graph labeling each point. Name the quadrant in which each point is located. 1. B(1, 3) 2. N(4, 2) 3. E(0, 2) 4. W(2, 0) 5. R(3, 4) 23 Comparing and Ordering Standard notation: Values increase as you move to the right on a number line. lessor greater123 76 3 4 5 645 1 2 23 Comparing and Ordering Standard notation: Values increase as you move to the right on a number line. lessor greater123 76 3 4 5 645 1 2 Symbols Say Write Greater than > Five is greater than three 5 > 3 Less than < Three is less than five 3 < 5 23 Comparing and Ordering Example Use the integers graphed on the number line below for each question. a. Write two inequalities involving 3 and 2. b. State which number is greater.123 76 3 4 5 645 1 2 23 Comparing and Ordering Example Use the integers graphed on the number line below for each question. c. Write two inequalities involving 6 and 1. d. State which number is greater.123 76 3 4 5 645 1 2 23 Comparing and Ordering Example Use the integers graphed on the number line below for each question. e. Write two inequalities involving 4 and 4....
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 Fall '08
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 Algebra, PreAlgebra, Integers

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