Math
Unit 4
7th Grade
Lesson 11 of 12
Solve word problems leading to inequalities in the forms $${px+q>r}$$ or $${px+q<r}$$ and $${p(x+q)>r}$$ or $${p(x+q)<r}$$.
Continue to include procedural practice problems solving equations and inequalities without context.
A local car dealership is trying to sell all of the cars that are on the lot. Currently, there are 525 cars on the lot, and the general manager estimates that they will consistently sell 50 cars per week. Estimate how many weeks it will take for the number of cars on the lot to be fewer than 75.
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Fishing Adventures rents small fishing boats to tourists for day-long fishing trips. Each boat can only carry 1,200 pounds of people and gear for safety reasons. Assume the average weight of a person is 150 pounds. Each group will require 200 pounds of gear for the boat plus 10 pounds of gear for each person.
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The following resources include problems and activities aligned to the objective of the lesson that can be used to create your own problem set.
A city baseball league agrees to buy at least 72 tickets to a professional baseball game. The league buys 24 fewer outfield tickets than stadium tickets. What is the least number of stadium tickets bought?
Write and solve an inequality. Explain your answer in context of the situation.
Lesson 10
Lesson 12
Topic A: Solving and Modeling with Equations
Topic B: Solving and Modeling with Inequalities