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Unit #2.Lesson #12.Interval Notation

In this lesson we look at classic interval notation. Although this is not officially part of any Common Core standard, nor clarified by New York State, the notation is helpful for students and I have found that many of them prefer the idea of simply specifying a starting and stopping value and then deciding whether they are included or not. It seems that the expectation, by New York, at least, is that students will know this notation heading into Common Core Algebra II.

The Lesson: CCAlgI.Unit #2.Lesson #12.Interval Notation

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