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Translate Word Phrases to inequalities-6th grade Math - YouTube

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Jan 26, 2017 ... Learn how to convert words like "at most, maximum, minimum, no less than," into
inequalities. Phrases that mean " greater than equal" at least ...

Translating Math Sentences to Inequalities - Video & Lesson ...

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Watch this video lesson to learn how you can easily translate math sentences
into inequalities. Once you know how to do this, solving word problems...

Translating Phrases and Sentences into Expressions, Equations ...

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Mathematical problems, equations, and expressions often entail the use of
language and symbols. For this reason, you ...

Translating words into inequalities

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MooMooMath provides quick Math homework help by providing directions for
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Quiz & Worksheet - Translating Math Sentences to Inequalities ...

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Check your understanding of translating math sentences to inequalities with an
interactive quiz and printable worksheet. These practice questions...

The Language of Algebra - Writing inequalities - First Glance

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Another type of sentence used in algebra is called an inequality. An inequality is
used ... Click on the sentences to translate them into inequalities. © 2000-2005 ...

Inequality word problems (video) | Khan Academy

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We're writing inequalities by using information from the word problems. ... https://
www.khanacademy.org/math/pre-algebra/applying-math-reasoning-topic/ ...

Translating Words into Inequalities Educational Resources K12 ...

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Here is a more in-depth video, by Julie Harland, Your Math Gal, called,
Translating words to Equations. The video is not just about inequalities, but
equations as ...

Translate the sentence into an inequality. | Wyzant Ask An Expert

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Mar 5, 2019 ... The difference of twice a number and 3 is at least 18. Let a number be x. twice a
number = 2x. ⇒ The difference of 2x and 3 is at least 18.

Inequalities Worksheets

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One-Step Inequalities Worksheets. Translate verbal phrases into algebraic
expressions, solve one-step inequalities, identify solutions for inequalities and
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