- Writing, Graphing and Solving Inequalities
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- Translating a Sentence by Using an Inequality Symbol
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- Introduction to Identifying Solutions to an Inequality
- Writing an Inequality for a Real-World Situation
- Graphing a Linear Inequality on the Number Line
- Writing an Inequality Given a Graph on the Number Line
- Identifying Solutions to a One-Step Linear Inequality
- Additive Property of Inequality with Whole Numbers
- Multiplicative Property of Inequality with Whole Numbers
- Solving a Two-Step Linear Inequality with Whole Numbers
- Solving a Word Problem Using a One-Step Linear Inequality

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**Step 1:**

From the given graph on the number line since the arrow is towards right and there is an open circle, it is a ‘greater than’ inequality.

**Step 2:**

Since it is starting from 35 with an open circle, the inequality is x > 35

**Step 1:**

From the given graph on the number line since the arrow is towards left and there is a closed circle, it is ‘less than or equal to’ inequality.

**Step 2:**

Since it is starting from −20 with a closed circle, the inequality is x ≤ −20

**Step 1:**

From the given graph on the number line since the arrow is towards left and there is an open circle, it is a ‘less than’ inequality.

**Step 2:**

Since it is starting from 190 with an open circle, the inequality is x < 190.

**Step 1:**

From the given graph on the number line since the arrow is towards left and there is a closed circle, it is ‘less than or equal to’ inequality.

**Step 2:**

Since it is starting from 65 with a closed circle, the inequality is x ≤ 65.

**Step 1:**

From the given graph on the number line since the arrow is towards left and there is a closed circle, it is ‘less than or equal to’ inequality.

**Step 2:**

Since it is starting from −15 with a closed circle, the inequality is x ≤ −15.

**Step 1:**

From the given graph on the number line, since the arrow is towards right and there is a closed circle, it is ‘greater than or equal to’ inequality.

**Step 2:**

Since it is starting from −100 with a closed circle, the inequality is x ≥ −100.

**Step 1:**

From the given graph on the number line, since the arrow is towards right and there is an open circle, it is ‘greater than’ inequality.

**Step 2:**

Since it is starting from 75 with an open circle, the inequality is x > 75.

**Step 1:**

From the given graph on the number line, since the arrow is towards right and there is a closed circle, it is ‘greater than or equal to’ inequality.

**Step 2:**

Since it is starting from 60 with a closed circle, the inequality is x ≥ 60.

**Step 1:**

From the given graph on the number line, since the arrow is towards right and there is a closed circle, it is ‘greater than or equal to’ inequality.

**Step 2:**

Since it is starting from 9 with a closed circle, the inequality is x ≥ 9.

**Step 1:**

From the given graph on the number line since the arrow is towards left and there is an open circle, it is ‘less than’ inequality.

**Step 2:**

Since it is starting from 170 with an open circle, the inequality is x < 170

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