# Language Arts

Read the sentence from The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone: Clues to the Puzzle.

Young, like de Sacy and Akerblad before him, decided their demotic equivalent must be a group of characters that occurred fourteen times.
Which answer option best describes the sentence?

A.
This sentence is biased because it reflects the belief that Young was smarter than de Sacy and Akerblad.

B.
This sentence is biased because it reflects the belief that Young’s ideas were unreasonable.

C.
This sentence is unbiased because it simply states a fact about something that Young believed.

D.
This sentence is unbiased because it simply states a fact about why Young was more successful than de Sacy and Akerblad.

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1. Solving Problems with Inequalities
Think back to the problem that was presented on the Getting Started page:

The Photography Shop is offering a special on prints. If you order at least 75 prints, each print is half price. Marlo has already ordered 20 prints and she plans to order more. For what numbers of additional prints will Marlo be able to take advantage of the special offer?

First, write an inequality to represent the problem.

Let p = the number of additional prints.

20 prints plus additional prints is at least 75.

20 + p ≥ 75

Next, solve the inequality.

20 + p ≥ 75 Write the original inequality.
20 – 20 + p ≥ 75 – 20 Subtract 20 from both sides.
p ≥ 55 Simplify.
Marlo can order 55 or more additional prints.

Click on the link below to access the Solving Inequalities Using Addition and Subtraction activity from the digits™ website.

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CA Logo Modification: Click on the links below to complete the alternate activities. First complete pp. 314–320 of the Homework Helper, and then pp. 215–218 of the Student Companion.

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Click on the link below to watch the “Inequalities Using Addition and Subtraction” video from the Khan Academy website.

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Click on the link below to access the "Inequalities Using Addition and Subtraction" transcript.

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