Now that you've studied the many examples for solving inequalities, you are ready for some practice problems! Click here if you need a refresher for solving inequalities.
Let's quickly recap some of the steps for solving inequalities.
Solve the inequality as you would an equation.
If you multiply or divide by a negative number, REVERSE the inequality symbol.
Use an open circle on the graph if your inequality symbol is greater than or less than.
Use a closed circle on the graph if your inequality symbol is greater than or equal to OR less than or equal to.
Directions: Solve each inequality and graph the solution. Click here to print out number lines for your practice!
So, how did you do? Hopefully you did great, but if not you must check out the extra practice problems in the Algebra Class E-course.