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7.EE.4b Inequalities Check 1
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by Laurie Rigg
| 5 Questions
Note from the author:
Solving and representing inequalities
1
1 pt
Which graph is the solution to the inequality 2x − 1 > 3?
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B
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D
2
1 pt
The fee for renting a video camera is $25, plus $15 per day. Sam can spend no more than $85. What is the maximum number of days Sam can rent the video camera?
3
1 pt
What is the solution to the inequality -8x + 4 < -4?

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B
C
D
4
1 pt
A neighborhood group has $28,000 to spend on improvements to a park. They spend $7,600 on playground equipment and $115 on each tree. Which inequality represents the maximum number of trees, t, that the group can buy?
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B
C
D
5
1 pt
What is the solution to the inequality 2x + 4 > 22?
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B
C
D
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