# Compound Inequalities Worksheets

Our printable compound inequalities worksheets help grade 8 and high school students make headway through solving and graphing inequalities that are joined together by the words "and" or "or". Compound inequalities with "and" indicate an overlap or intersection and suggest both conditions must be true, while those with "or" indicate a union and suggest either of the conditions is true. Classified into three difficulty levels based on the number of steps that go into solving these compound inequalities, these pdfs perfectly fit around. Don't miss the learning experience awaiting you in our free compound inequalities worksheets.

Graphing Compound Inequalities

Grade 8 students ponder over the compound inequality, plot the relative values, identify the conjunction that combines the inequality, and interpret the inequality on the number line as a segment or two rays pointing in the opposite directions.

Solving Compound Inequalities

Transform each compound inequality into two linear inequalities and solve them independently by isolating the variable. Combine the solution sets for a compound inequality with "or". The solution set is the intersection of the individual solution sets for an "and" inequality.

Solving and Graphing Compound Inequalities

Further your high school students skills with these compound inequalities worksheets pdf as they solve the inequalities in 1, 2 or more steps, plot them on the number line, and determine the solution based on the type of conjunction specified.

Identifying Solutions to Compound Inequalities

Decompose each compound inequality in these printable worksheets into two linear inequalities. Direct 8th grade students to solve them individually in one, two, or multi-steps and select the option that best describes the solution.

Identifying Graphical Solutions

Get to the grips with solving compound inequalities with a string of worksheets that get high school students solving the inequalities and choosing the graph that best describes the solution for the compound inequality.

Choosing Correct Interval Notation

Is it an inclusive or strict inequality? Is it a union or intersection inequality? Is it bounded or unbounded? Look for a relevant interval with the appropriate symbols denoting the solution in these printable compound inequalities worksheets.

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