• jchick
I need help with making examples I don't know what to do for that. You must create a lesson that teaches another student how to solve the following inequality: –x + 3 > 7. Your main mission for this activity is to provide a detailed answer to the question below. Why must you flip the inequality symbol when you divide by a negative number? You know that if the symbol is not flipped you will end up with a false statement, but why is that so? Research and brainstorm (with your partner if you chose to do this collaboratively) to come up with this answer. Remember, you are teaching this to another student, so you must include detailed explanations, visuals, and at least two additional examples. You may submit your lesson in a word document, power point presentation, use audio/video tools, etc. In order to solve –x + 3 > 7 you would first want to add x to both sides which would give you 3 > 7 + x. Then you would subtract 7 from both sides, doing that should give you the final product of -4 > x. The only thing you want to be careful of is when you multiply or divide by a negative number. However you can avoid this making sure the coefficient of the variable is positive. That is why we added x on the first step. You could have started by subtracting 3 to both sides and getting –x > 4 but then you would have to change the sign to get x so you have to change the inequality as well and ge
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