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## Grade 7 Mathematics Module 3, Topic B, Lesson 13 Student Outcomes

• Students understand that an inequality is a statement that one expression is less than (or equal to) or greater than (or equal to) another expression, such as 2x + 3 < 5 or 3x + 50 ≥ 100.
• Students interpret a solution to an inequality as a number that makes the inequality true when substituted for the variable.
• Students convert arithmetic inequalities into a new inequality with variables (e.g., 2 x 6 + 3 > 12 to 2m + 3 > 12 and give a solution; for example, m = 6, to the new inequality.  They check to see if different values of the variable make an inequality true or false. Grade 7 Mathematics Module 3, Topic B, Lesson 13: Student Version (508.71 KB) View PDF Grade 7 Mathematics Module 3, Topic B, Lesson 13: Teacher Version (803.57 KB) View PDF Grade 7 Mathematics Module 3, Topic B, Lesson 13: Student Version (184.3 KB) Grade 7 Mathematics Module 3, Topic B, Lesson 13: Teacher Version (253.51 KB)