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!

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

ReplyDeleteDuncan

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

ReplyDeleteJames

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

ReplyDelete-Sudeep

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

ReplyDelete-Anika

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

ReplyDelete-Sukriti

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

ReplyDelete-Lex

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

ReplyDeleteA N G E L A

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

ReplyDeleteAhmed

[(8x5) + ( 23 - 12) <75 x 2]

ReplyDeleteE M M A

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

ReplyDeleteB R Y A N!

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

ReplyDeleteA N S H U L

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

ReplyDelete- Alison

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

ReplyDelete(4+9x4)>4-9x4

ReplyDeleteSean ^^^^

ReplyDelete(2+20)*3<(12*8)+9

ReplyDeleteDJ

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

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

(13*2)+19>(19+2)*13

ReplyDeleteSarah

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

ReplyDelete6*3/9+6-13=6*7-37+6-7 Eshan

ReplyDelete(4x10)+(30/5)-9>(30+6)/(6x2)+7

ReplyDeleteBrett