## Sunday, March 16, 2014

### Not All Things are Equal Do you remember who the alligator eats?  What is an inequality?  Write one inequality comparing two expressions using the Order of Operations.  Here is an example to start: Here's what I found over the weekend:

keyboard shortcuts for symbols

Codes for the multiplication and division symbols.  To type an exponent, type the whole number then hit control, shift and = at the same time and let go.  Then press the exponent you want to use.  There it is.  Do it again to turn off this mode.  Wow!

1. [(5+9)*(65-27])-90+5.=447 [(5+9)*(65-27])+5-90=447
Duncan

2. 13*3+(44-23)<6*5/(3-1)
James

3. 12*3+(86-34)<19*2+(97-46)

-Sudeep

4. 12/4+(2*6)/5>6/3+(10*2)/11

-Anika

5. 6/2+(8-7) < 45+[(67+9) - (8*2)]

-Sukriti

6. [(4x5) +(36/6) ] > (8x4) -15 +2)

-Lex

7. 2x+[(40÷2)-(20-4)]+4; x=2 < 3z+[34-(20+9)]+0; z=3

A N G E L A

8. 10/2*(7+2)+(2*2)<3*3+(7*5)/11*(4*20)

Ahmed

9. [(8x5) + ( 23 - 12) <75 x 2]
E M M A

10. [(9+2)*8] > [(12.43+12)*3]

B R Y A N!

11. [(7+3)*5] < [(10*15) - {400/5}]

A N S H U L

12. [(8+2)*7]-25<(23+13)3-22
- Alison

13. (7+3x2)>(7-3x2)

14. (4+9x4)>4-9x4

15. 16. (2+20)*3<(12*8)+9

DJ

17. [(3*2)+(5-2)]>[(2*1)+(3+2)

------Supraja G.------

18. (13*2)+19>(19+2)*13
Sarah

19. 6/3(90+3)>(7*3)+9-3*0 -Megan

20. 6*3/9+6-13=6*7-37+6-7 Eshan

21. (4x10)+(30/5)-9>(30+6)/(6x2)+7
Brett