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Algebra II Honors—Day 7

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Goals for Today Questions? Turn in Homework Stamp Sheet for a grade Test First Graded Homework Assignment (checked for accuracy)—due next Tuesday, Sept. 10 Essential Questions – New material (Absolute Value Inequalities)

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Essential Questions How do I solve an absolute value inequality?

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Absolute Value Inequalities are written as two compound inequalities and solved as INTERSECTIONS or as UNIONS. If and, then (intersection) If and, then OR (union) THESE RULES ALSO APPLY FOR ≤ AND ≥.

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If the absolute value is less than a number or expression The inequality is an INTERSECTION (and). BOTH parts must be true at the same time. The variable will fall BETWEEN two values if there is a solution. (See example 2 on p. 32 of the handout.) greater than a number or expression The inequality is a UNION (or). Either part may be true for inequality to be true. The solution will consist of all the possibilities for EITHER inequality. (See example 1 on p. 32 of the handout.)

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Classwork Practice Handout from yesterday – 1-6 Study Guide and Intervention p. 32--#2, 6, 8, 9

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Homework Begin the graded homework assignment which will be due on Tuesday, September 10 5-point bonus for turning it in on Monday, September 9

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