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Translating Inequality Phrases Worksheets

Work out this pack of printable translating inequality phrases worksheets and be fluent in translating written descriptions used in real-life scenarios into algebraic inequalities. Here's an instance where it plays out in a sport context — the inequality "p ≥ 5" can be used to denote that the teams with at least 5 points will make it to the next level. Ideal for 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade, our pdf worksheets have sentences that generate one-step and two-step inequalities with integer and rational coefficients and constants. Some of these worksheets are absolutely free!

Writing Algebraic Inequalities From Words | Basic

Let grade 6 kids warm up to the inequality symbols - <, >, ≤, and ≥ - that correspond to these phrases - less than, greater than, less than or equal to, and greater than or equal to - as they do this pdf exercise.

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Translating Written Descriptions into One-Step Inequalities

Stay one step ahead of your peers by writing one-step inequalities from words! Identify whether the operation involved is addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division and write the single variable inequality.

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Translating Sentences into Two-Step Inequalities | Easy

The sentences in our printable translating inequality phrases worksheets lead to inequalities of the form px ± q < r or p(x ± q) < r where p, q, and r are integers. Pore over them and construct the apt linear inequalities.

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Translating Sentences into Two-Step Inequalities | Moderate

Translate the algebraic phrases into inequalities involving rational coefficients and constants. The variable may occur on either side of the inequality symbol. Appropriate for grade 7 and grade 8.

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