Pre-Algebra Lesson 2-3

# Pre-Algebra Lesson 2-3 - Comparing and Ordering Objective...

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Unformatted text preview: Comparing and Ordering Objective: Compare and order integers 5-Minute 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) 2-3 Comparing and Ordering Standard notation: Values increase as you move to the right on a number line. lessor greater-1-2-3 7-6 3 4 5 6-4-5 1 2 2-3 Comparing and Ordering Standard notation: Values increase as you move to the right on a number line. lessor greater-1-2-3 7-6 3 4 5 6-4-5 1 2 Symbols Say Write Greater than > Five is greater than three 5 > 3 Less than < Three is less than five 3 < 5 2-3 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.-1-2-3 7-6 3 4 5 6-4-5 1 2 2-3 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.-1-2-3 7-6 3 4 5 6-4-5 1 2 2-3 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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Pre-Algebra Lesson 2-3 - Comparing and Ordering Objective...

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