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Education Level Subject Grade/Semester Main Topic Time Allocation

: Senior High School : Mathematic : X /1 : root and absolute-value inequality : 2 x 45 minute

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Standard Competency: To solve the problem about root and absolute-value inequality.

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Basic Competence (ies): To use the properties of root and absolute-value inequality

III. Indicator (s) Indicator of achieving the learning outcomes The student can solve anything problem with apply the properties of root and absolute-value inequality. IV. Learning Outcomes: The aim of process 1. To understand the properties of absolute-value inequality. 2. To solve problems about root and absolute-value inequalities. The aim of affective Student are able to

1. and √ have never negativity. The example of root inequalities are √ √ √ . √ ( ) 2. √ ( ) 3. iii. Work in group 3. ii. √ Generally.1. Learning Material A. √ ( ) 4. √ Example: Tentukan nilai x yang memenuhi pertidaksamaan √ solution: . The rules root inequalities Root inequality is inequality involving variable in root. hence √ not definition. √ ( ) √ ( ) √ ( ) √ ( ) √ ( ) √ is number of non negativity in such a way till √ √ i. 2. the form of root inequalities are as follows. Respect their friend’s opinion V. if a ≥ 0 hence √ definition if a < 0. Tell their opinion about the material.

hence then …………………. √ Squareing the both sides: – ………………. Define the condition that the function in the root sign must greater than or equal to zero ( ( ) ( ) ). Change the root inequality into the standard form. 1. 3.: Syarat (2) Syarat (1) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 So.. The solution set is the intersection of the main and the condition solution. its solution gathering = {x 3 < x < 7.To solve the root of inequalities. Omit the root by squaring the both sides. According to definition hence conditions which must fulfill is: i. (2) From condition ( 1) and ( 2) at number line obtained. x Є R}. . √ So that √ . the steps are as follows. (1) ii. 2. 4.

2. Absolute-value inequalities The definision and properties of absolute-value. | | 4. | 5. | | | | | | | | | | √ | | | ( )| | ( )| ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) | ( )| | ( )| . The properties: 1. | 3. Definition: | | { where x is real number.B. | | | | | | and | || | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The properties of absolute-value inequalities For x.

Solution: |x| < 2 √ x2 < 4 x2 ..4 < 0 + + + (x + 2)(x .. x VI.2 < x < 2.the students 5 minutes . Teaching Method R} Cooperative learning : Team Assisted Individualization VII. the solution is gathering {x|.collect homework . Learning Experience No Teacher Experience 1 Opening .tells the material to the student and the purpose of .For example: Find the value of x from |x| < 2 .2) < 0 -2 < x < 2 2 So.greets the students .the listen students 5 minutes to the Expository Student Experience Time Allocation Method teacher’s explanation material Whilst activity .

.Do of the the 45 minutes of instrumant observation .asks the students .divinding class to . like the last listen students 15 minutes to the Talking stick Team Assisted Individualizati on teacher’s explanation and disscution worksheet 2.choice students some . greeting Listen to the 5 minutes teacher’s explanation .distributes instrumant observation front of the class the .the be some group. meeting.Collect to collect their work their work Closing Tell the students that their test will be corrected first.were collected .Do from worksheet individually the 15 minutes 2 in each group to do the worksheet 2 individually .

Teacher apply model of cooperative to motivate and construc student. Teacher give reference so that educative participant can check result of exploration. Teacher divinding class to be some discussion groups. VIII. Teacher give motivation to educative participant which less or not yet participated is active. Teacher give test drive instrumant.Eksplorasi 1. Elaborasi 1. Assesment Assement technique Discusion in group Talking stick methods . Teacher looking for different answer to other student 3. Teacher ask student to read items to be taught previously. 2. 2. 2. Corrective teacher of worksheet 2. Konfirmasi 1. Learning source Worksheet IX. 3.

The solution of inequality √ √ √ Squaring both of sides √ summarise both of side by ( ) summarise both of side by (-8x) .THE ANSWER OF WORKSHEET 2 1.

There was mean that any value x. 2. Part 2 : ( ) Value boundary According 1 and 2 -4 -3/2 -2/3 . The value of x that satisfies the inequality | | | -1 < part 1 : -1 < 0< ( ) | Value Boundry So.

the solution set is = { | } 3.Thus. the solution set is 4. the value Boundary x<1 1 ⁄ Thus. Solve the following inequalities | | | | Consider of theorema ( ) ( ) – So that. The solution of inequality | | | | is … .

x R} 5. because x never negative for anything value x real number.1 < 3 -3 < x -1 -2 < x x–1<3 x<4 According 1 and 2. Cara 2 : |x-1|<3 -3 < x . The inequality √ √ √ √ has the solution … Squaring both of sides summarise both of sides by (-x) . the solution is {x|-2 < x < 4.3 ++ -1 < Y < 3 -1<|x-1|<3 Cara 1 : -1 < |x-1| Not availabele.| | | | Since Y = |x-1| So we have ++ ( )( ) -1 .

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