I put together this rearranging equations for y foldable for my Algebra 1 students.
Since the first step I have my students do to graph inequalities is to rearrange them into slope-intercept form, I decided to do a bit of practice.
But, here’s my silly mistake. I should have made these inequalities to rearrange so we could practice remembering to flip the inequality symbol when we multiply or divide by a negative number. But, I made them a practice booklet with equations to rearrange.
Oops… I have already made myself a note to change this to inequalities for next year.
Here’s my note for next year. 🙂
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