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OBJECTIVES

At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:

1. identify different properties of inequality;

2. solve linear inequalities in one variable algebraically; and

3. participate actively in class.

Solving Linear Inequalities Algebraically

Reference: Math Learners Materials (Quarter 3) pg. 16-22

Tools: PowerPoint, Cartolina

III. PRESENTATION

a. Preparatory Activities

Angel of God my Guardian dear

To whom Gods love and trust me here

Ever this day is at my side to rule and guide to

light and guard.

Amen.

Thank you.

Okay, you may take your seat. Thank You Maam/ Sir.

today? None Maam/Sir

b. Review

Lets take a review about our

lesson last meeting?

Again what is our lesson that

we tackled last meeting? We tackled last meeting is all about Solving

Linear Equations and Inequalities

Algebraically.

Properties of Equality and

explain.

Equality, this is for each real number a, a=a.

The second one is Symmetric Property of

Equality, this is for any real numbers a and b,

if a=b then b=a.

Very good!

What is the difference of APE

and MPE?

only if a + c = b + c while MPE is for all real

numbers a, b and c where c 0.

really understand the past

lesson. We can now proceed to

the next topic. But before that, I

prepare an activity.

c. Motivation

Okay, I need two groups with 5

members.

Assign a leader in your group.

I have here cards of numbers.

Each group will have three sets

of cards.

This is the mechanics.

Each member of a group get

one card in the first set of cards

and hold it. Then, the leader of

the group will face the audience

and after the count of three, the

leader will face his/her members

and answer the cards that they

hold. Then, if the leader knows

the answer, she/he picks three

possible answers in the cards at

back and gives it to me to check

if the answer is correct. Then

after I announce the group that

have a point in the first set, the

leader will choose in his/her

member to answer the second

set that we prepare.

The first group will get 2 points

will be consider as a winner and

will have a fabulous prize.

First set:

2R 10 > R 5

Second set:

R + 5 3R + 15

Third set:

2R 5 + 4R 5R + 1 5R

We have a winner.

Congratulation.

Did you enjoy it? Yes Maam/Sir

d. Presentation

Based on your observation what

do you think is our lesson for

today?

Inequality Algebraically.

Very nice.

What comes into your mind

when you hear linear?

Great.

How about inequality?

two values when they are different

Superb.

As you all know the Inequalities

have four properties.

property?

Inequality

Intelligent.

Trichotomy Property is for any

number a and b, one and only

one of the following is true.

a<b

a=b

a>b

For example.

When x = 6, and y = 8, only the

third statement is true.

second statement is true.

When x = 8, and y = 6, only the

first statement is true.

property of Inequality.

Inequality.

Wow.

Transitive Property of

Inequality is for any numbers a,

b and c

a) If a <b and b < c then a < c.

b) If a > b and b > c then a > c.

property? The letter b.

Yes, __________?

For all a, b and c of N, if a > b and b > c then

a > c.

a=5

b=4

c=3

5 > 4 and 4 > 3 then 5 > 3

Great job.

How about the letter a?

For all a, b and c of N, if a < b and b < c then

a < c.

a = 12

b = 14

c = 16

12 < 14 and 14 < 16 then 12 < 16

Good work.

Lets continue. The third

property is Addition Property of

Inequality or API.

This is for all real numbers a, b,

and c,

a) If a < b, then a + c < b + c

b) If a > b, then a + c > b + c

For example.

x 20 < -12

x 20 + 20 < -12 + 20

x<8

of this Property?

x + 4 -4 < -5 -4

x < -9

Wonderful.

Lets move to the next or last

property of Inequality.

Yes, __________?

The last property of Inequality is the

Multiplication Property of Inequality.

Amazing.

MPI is for all real number a, b

and c.

a) If c > 0 and a < b then ac <

bc

b) If c > 0 and a > b then ac >

bc

c) If c < 0 and a < b then ac >

bc

d) If c < 0 and a > b then ac <

bc

For examples:

3x < -9

1/3 (3x < -9) 1/3

x < -3

statement of MPI?

Yes Maam/Sir

Good. So verify the second

statement of MPI.

Yes, _________?

x/4 > 3

4 (x/4 > 3) 4

x > 12

Excellent.

In the third and fourth

statement, state that multiplying

a negative number to both side

of inequality reverses the

inequality.

For example.

-7x 49

-1/7 (-7x 49 ) -1/7

x -7

Understand class?

Yes Maam/ Sir

of this statement?

Yes, _________?

-3x < -9

-1/3 ( -3x < -9 ) -1/3

x>3

Fabulous.

IV. GENERALIZATION

Now class do you understand the

Properties of Inequality?

Yes Maam/Sir

Okay, What are the Properties of

Inequalities?

Yes, _______?

Trichotomy Property

Transitive Property

Addition Property ( API )

Multiplication Property ( MPI )

Marvelous.

In MPI if we multiply negative

number both sides, what happen to

the inequality?

Yes, _______?

reverses.

Thats right

How about API, if we add negative

number on both sides, the

inequality will change. Is this true

or not?

we add a positive and negative number on both

side of the inequality, the inequality will not

change.

Perfect.

It seems that you really understand

the topic for today.

V. APPLICATION

Class group you self into three and

solve the given equations. Yes Maam/Sir

1. 3x + 2 > 5

2. 5 - 3x < 3

3. 2x + 5 < 7

4. 2(x-1) > 3 (2x + 3)

(3x + 2)- 2 > 5 2

Yes, ____________? 3x > 3

x>1

Yes,____________? -3x< -2

x>2/3

Number 3.

Yes, ___________? (2x + 5)- 5 < 7 5

2x < 2

x<1

Yes, ___________? 2x 2 > 6x + 9

(2x 2 ) 2x > ( 6x + 9) -2x

-2 > 4x + 9

-11 > 4x

-11/4 > 4x/4

-11/4 > x

VI. EVALUATION

paper and we will having a quiz. I

will be giving you 10 minutes to

answer it. Is that clear class?

1. What property of inequality used

in the statement a<b, a>b, or

a=b?

2. If the equation is 3x 2x + 5,

what property of inequality that

can be used?

3. x, y and z are real number, if x<y

and y<z then what is the relation

of x and z? What property of

inequality it is?

4. For all real numbers a, b and c if

c<0 and a<b, then ac < bc. What

property of inequalities satisfies?

II. Solve the following Linear

Inequalities:

1. 8x>x + 2

2. 6x4 + 2x

3. 6y - 2 2y

4. 3y>2y 7

5. 9y9 + 3y Yes Maam/Sir

seatmate.

1. Trichotomy Property of Inequalities

Answer test I. number 1

Yes, _____?

2. Addition Property of Inequalities

Number 2.

Yes,______?

3. Transitive property of inequalities

Number 3

Number 4.

Yes,______?

Lets answer Test II.

Number 1. 1. 8x>x + 2

= 8x x > 2

Yes,______? = 7x > 2

=x> 2

7

Number 2. 2. 6x 4 + 2

= 6x 2x 4

Yes,______? = 4x 4

=x1

Number 3. 3. 6y 2 2y

= 6y 2y 2 + 2 2y - 2y + 2

Yes,______? = 4y 2

= y 2 or y 1

4 2

Number 4.

4. 3y>2y 7

Yes,______? = 3y 2y > 2y 2y 7

= y > -7

Number 5.

5. 9y9 + 3y

Yes,______? = 9y 3y 9 + 3y 3y

= 6y 9

= y 9 or y 3

6 2

VII. ASSIGNMENT

equations and inequalities.

1. |x| = 2

2. |x + 1| = 2

3. | 4x + 7| = -3

4. |3x - 4| = 5

5. |2x 1| < 5

6. |x + 2| < 7

7. |x 2| < 4

8. |x + 3| = 1

9. |x 5| 2

10. |x 5| 2

Laguna State Polytechnic University

San Pablo City Campus

San Pablo City

SY: 2014-2015

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In

Mathematics

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Crissani Manalo

Nicca Jane De Castro

Gisselle Bantinan

Cherry Jane Hernandez

Rustom Dimayacyac

SUBMITTED TO:

Ms. Nerissa Bilo

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