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FSA Algebra 1 EOC Benchmark And Intervention

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Constraints of Equations and Inequalities and Interpreting Solutions

Represent constraints by equations or inequalities and by systems of equations and/or inequalities, and interpret solutions as viable or nonviable options in a modeling context (MAFS.912.A-CED.1.3)

At this point in the game, you're pretty much da bomb when it comes to writing and solving equations, inequalities, and systems of both. However, there's more to this stuff than just solving for m, n, and p.

These equations often represent quantities from real life. m might be the number of quarters we found under the couch, while n might be the number of those quarters our little sister stuck up her nose. Yuck.

If we solve for m and get an answer of 12.35, we have a problem. It's pretty much impossible to have 35% of a quarter, so the answer would be rounded down to a much more reasonable 12.

Similarly, if the solution to n is 9.07, it would be necessary to round that down to 9. While we have no doubt that our little sister is quite talented when it comes nasal gymnastics, it's unlikely she's found a way to slice off 7% of a quarter to shove up there.

As long as you remember what the variables actually represent, you'll have no problem acing these questions on test day.