# Write an inequality to represent the situation twitter

I'm assuming he gets no points for losses.

So how many points he is going to get from winning? We can just set up the inequality that represents the condition based on the number of grams of sugar which is this condition right over here.

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This is the total sugar from the muffins. Modeling with linear inequalities Video transcript - [Voiceover] Fabiano wants to score at least 6. So times M. Ask them to write three other possible percentages on the same paper. It is important at this point not to indicate which is correct. Now let's see, this next question. Ask students to read each statement and decide whether they agree or disagree. Revisit the AnticipationGuideInequalities.

So this is the total sugar from the cupcakes. Display the anticipation guide using the document camera LCD, overhead transparency or copy on whiteboard. From wins, I could say. And we want this number, the total number of points, his score, to be at least 6.

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So if he wins "W", he's gonna win W games, and he gets one point for each of them, so it's gonna be one point per game, times the number of games. From wins, I could say. Have students discuss each situation with their table partner. By coming up with specific numbers, students are more likely to be able to determine the correct representation. The extent to which powerful people control the conversation is really up to us. See numbers 2 through 3 in the "Teaching Phase. Have students write down a possible percent on the back of the paper with their Anticipation Guide answers. Guided Practice: What activities or exercises will the students complete with teacher guidance? So this is the total sugar from the cupcakes. So no more than grams. So I encourage you to pause the video and see if you can do that. See number 5 in the "Teaching Phase. On the other hand, people sharing the same video from YouTube were much less likely to be retweeting from powerful accounts. Twitter data show that a few powerful users can control the conversation May 5, Contributor Twitter advocates like to talk about how Twitter gives everyone a voice.

Write an inequality that represents the number of games Fabiano should win and draw, D, to achieve his goal. Is the Selma speech unusual, or do powerful voices on Twitter dominate all discussions?

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This is the total sugar from the muffins. If you do not have tables, have students complete on the floor. Discuss as a whole class with students sharing their findings. On the other hand, people sharing the same video from YouTube were much less likely to be retweeting from powerful accounts. For pairs that are struggling, ask them to name numbers that would satisfy a given situation. She needs to use no at most grams of flour. Have students write an inequality to represent her percent. So how many points he is going to get from winning? Ask students if this is sufficient to describe all the percentages that represent an "A. A Twitter user at the 99th percentile for followers will have 50 times as many as the median Twitter user. She needs to use at least grams of sugar to make both of these. Write an inequality in terms of the number of games won, so capital "W", and the number of draws, capital "D", that represents what he needs to do to actually achieve his goal. He scores one point for each game that he wins, and he scores 0. If there is an error, give students have the opportunity to find and correct themselves. We can just set up the inequality that represents the condition based on the number of grams of sugar which is this condition right over here.

The inequality raises a question: to what extent do a few powerful voices control the way we perceive events? And there you have it, we have our inequality in terms of the number of games he needs to win and draw and this inequality needs to be true in order for him to score at least six and a half points in this major chess tournament.

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