- Math, Grade 6
- Rational Numbers
- Inequalities

# Inequalities

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- Title
- 1 - Look For and Use Structure
- 2 - Mathematical Statements
- 3 - Math Mission
- 4 - Evaluate Inequalities
- 5 - Prepare a Presentation
- 6 - Make Connections
- 7 - Order Rational Numbers
- 8 - Order Decimals
- 9 - Positive and Negative Numbers
- 10 - Check Your Understanding
- 11 - Reflect On Your Work
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- Title
- 1 - Look For and Use Structure
- 2 - Mathematical Statements
- 3 - Math Mission
- 4 - Evaluate Inequalities
- 5 - Prepare a Presentation
- 6 - Make Connections
- 7 - Order Rational Numbers
- 8 - Order Decimals
- 9 - Positive and Negative Numbers
- 10 - Check Your Understanding
- 11 - Reflect On Your Work
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## Instructor Overview

Students identify whether an inequality statement is true or false using a number line to support their reasoning.

# Key Concepts

- The meaning of
*m* - The meaning of
*n*>*m*is that*n*is located to the right of*m*on a number line. The inequality statement*n*>*m*is read “*n*is greater than*m*.” - To decide on the order of two numbers
*m*and*n*, locate the numbers on a number line. If*m*is to the left of*n*, then*m*<*n*. If*m*is to the right of*n*, then*m*>*n.*

# Goals and Learning Objectives

- State whether an inequality is true or false.
- Use a number line to prove that an inequality is true or false.

- Title
- 1 - Look For and Use Structure
- 2 - Mathematical Statements
- 3 - Math Mission
- 4 - Evaluate Inequalities
- 5 - Prepare a Presentation
- 6 - Make Connections
- 7 - Order Rational Numbers
- 8 - Order Decimals
- 9 - Positive and Negative Numbers
- 10 - Check Your Understanding
- 11 - Reflect On Your Work
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