# Mrs. LaRue's Algebra 1 Class Week 3

## Monday (August 19th)

### #108 Variables on Both Sides

**Equations with Variables on Both Sides: **

In this lesson, students will write and solve equations with variables on both sides for real-world situations and determine when equations have no solution or infinitely many solutions.

- We will write and solve equations with variables on both sides for real-world situations and determine when equations have no solution or infinitely many solutions.
- I will determine if an equation that has 0 for a solution is the same as an equation with no solution? Explain.
- "How can you determine if an equation with variables on both sides has no solution, exactly one solution, or infinitely many solutions, and what does each type of solution tell you about the relationship between the two sides of the equation?"

## Tuesday (August 20th)

### Variables on Both Sides (Scavenger Hunt)

**Equations with Variables on Both Sides:**

In this lesson, students will write and solve equations with variables on both sides for real-world situations and determine when equations have no solution or infinitely many solutions.

- We will write and solve equations with variables on both sides for real-world situations and determine when equations have no solution or infinitely many solutions.
- I will determine if an equation that has 0 for a solution is the same as an equation with no solution? Explain.
- "How can you determine if an equation with variables on both sides has no solution, exactly one solution, or infinitely many solutions, and what does each type of solution tell you about the relationship between the two sides of the equation?"

## Wednesday (August 21st)

### #109 One and Two Step Inequalities

**Solving One and Two-Step Inequalities: ** In this lesson, students will write and solve one and two-step inequalities for real-world situations.

- We will write and solve one and two step inequalities for real-world situations.
- I will explain when the inequality sign is flipped when solving the inequality.
**One-Step Inequalities:**"How can you use the properties of inequalities to solve a one-step inequality, and what do the results tell you about the relationship between the variable and the constant?"**Two-Step Inequalities**: "When solving a two-step inequality, how does each step (addition/subtraction followed by multiplication/division) affect the inequality, and how do you ensure the solution accurately represents the range of possible values?"

## Thursday (August 22nd)

### #110 Multi-Step Inequalities

**Solving Multi-Step Inequalities:**

In this lesson, students will write and solve multi-step inequalities for real -world situations.

- We will write and solve multi-step inequalities for real world situations.
- I will solve 2x-4>8 and 2x-4<8 and describe the difference in the solution.
- "When solving multi-step inequalities, how do you decide the sequence of operations to isolate the variable, and how do you ensure that each step maintains the integrity of the inequality, especially when multiplying or dividing by negative numbers?"

## Monday (August 26th)

### #111 Inequalities with Variable on Both Sides

**Inequalities with Variables on Both Sides: **

In this lesson, students will write and solve inequalities with variables on both sides for real-world situations.

- We will write and solve inequalities with variables on both sides for real-world situations.
- I will write the steps to solve an inequality with variables on both sides.
- "How can you determine whether an inequality with variables on both sides has a unique solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions, and what steps do you take to simplify and compare the two sides of the inequality effectively?"

## Retakes

### Retakes!

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### Mrs. LaRue

**Email: **amanda.larue@parisisd.net**Website: **phs.parisisd.net**Location: **Room 1213**Phone: **(903)737-7400