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!
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.
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.
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.
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.