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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

hw #3-6 Compound Inequalities - OO-FAH!! This is one tough assignment!!

hw #3-6 Compound Inequalities

Due Thurs(A)/Fri(B)

WATCH the "3-6" series of videos on MathChamber Academy

for the most part as we "intro" we'll just be looking at two inequalities... later in the year we'll get up to three or four... patience, patience, my friend!

Some of my 3-7 videos address it (you'll be watching them in class today!)... also the "peachy" handouts from the other day address interval notation as well.

I was looking at the compound inequality videos and a sudden thought occurred: What if you are using three inequalities, not 2?

ReplyDeletefor the most part as we "intro" we'll just be looking at two inequalities... later in the year we'll get up to three or four... patience, patience, my friend!

DeleteShould we do a check?

ReplyDeleteonly if you want to get the correct solution...

DeleteIs there a video of writing intervals as inequalities? I still don't fully understand it.

ReplyDeleteSome of my 3-7 videos address it (you'll be watching them in class today!)... also the "peachy" handouts from the other day address interval notation as well.

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