Scenario: You have just graduated from college, and you have started your first big project at your new job. Your boss informs you that you are responsible for the Equations and Inequalities section of the project and for presenting your ideas to the team. Prepare for the meeting by discussing the following:

Part I: Provide a 1-variable linear equation of your own creation. (If you are struggling with coming up with an example, feel free to find one in your textbook.) Explain the techniques, and show the steps used for solving the equation. Check that your solution is correct.

Part II: Using the same 1-variable linear equation that you created in Part I, change the linear equation to a linear inequality (Use either < or >). Explain the techniques, and show the steps used for manipulating the linear inequality. Check that your solution is correct.

Part III: In 1 paragraph, summarize your results by discussing the following:

Interpret the solution to the linear equation and inequality, and explain the differences in your results. Explain how you know if a value is a solution for the inequality.

Part I: Provide a 1-variable linear equation of your own creation. (If you are struggling with coming up with an example, feel free to find one in your textbook.) Explain the techniques, and show the steps used for solving the equation. Check that your solution is correct.

Part II: Using the same 1-variable linear equation that you created in Part I, change the linear equation to a linear inequality (Use either < or >). Explain the techniques, and show the steps used for manipulating the linear inequality. Check that your solution is correct.

Part III: In 1 paragraph, summarize your results by discussing the following:

Interpret the solution to the linear equation and inequality, and explain the differences in your results. Explain how you know if a value is a solution for the inequality.

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