Inequality Review

by Emily Bork

| 11 QuestionsNote from the author:

Multi-Step and Compound Inequalities

1

1 pt

Graph the following:

2

1 pt

The ideal temperature in a fridge is 38 degrees. This can vary by up to 2 degrees. Write an inequality to show the range of possible temperatures, t. (Use < as there's no "or equal to" option

3

1 pt

Write the inequality shown on the graph:

4

1 pt

Solve:

5

1 pt

Solve:

6

1 pt

Solve:

7

1 pt

Solve:

8

1 pt

Write an inequality that could be used to solve the following. Only write the inequality, you do not need to solve:

Seven more than three times a number is between -8 and 17.

9

1 pt

Write an inequality that could be used to solve the following. Only write the inequality, you do not need to solve:

A rectangle's perimeter is greater than 37. The length is twice the width. Find possible widths.

10

1 pt

Solve:

Three consecutive integers have a sum that is greater than 105. Find the smallest possible integer.

11

1 pt

Solve:

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