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Inequality. An equation using 'greater than', 'less than', 'greater than or equal to', or 'less than or equal to'.
When both sides of an inequality are ADDED or SUBTRACTED by a number, the inequality symbol stays the same, the symbol is said to be _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. Preserved .
When both sides of an inequality are MULTIPLIED or DIVIDED by a POSITIVE number, the inequality symbol stays the same, and the inequality symbol is said to be _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. Preserved.
When both sides of an inequality are MULTIPLIED or DIVIDED by a NEGATIVE number, the inequality symbol switches from < to > or > to <. The inequality symbol is _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. Reversed.
Operation. For example; multiply by 12.457, or divide by -6. It is the operation you are going to use to solve the equation.
Sum of two consecutive odd integers. Odd integers that have a difference of 2 between every two numbers.
Created by: MathFluency