Math 2-5: Operations and Algebraic Thinking: Represent and Solve Problems:

Inequalities

 RIT Range: 221-250  Printable Ladder
Learning Continuum Statements:
 RIT 221-230:

• Determines whether a linear equation or inequality is true for a given value of the variable
• Solves one-step linear inequalities with positive rational numbers
• Writes a one-step linear inequality in one variable to represent a real-world or mathematical context
• Writes a two-step linear inequality in one variable to represent a real-world or mathematical context

 RIT 231-240:

• Determines whether a linear equation or inequality is true for a given value of the variable
• Writes a one-step linear inequality in one variable to represent a real-world or mathematical context
• Writes a two-step linear inequality in one variable to represent a real-world or mathematical context

 RIT 241-250:

• Writes a one-step linear inequality in one variable to represent a real-world or mathematical context
• Writes an inequality in the form x > c or x < c to represent a real-world or mathematical context

 

 

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