# Multi-Step Inequalities Worksheets

Overcome barriers in practice with our printable multi step inequalities worksheets. Follow a step-by-step procedure of clearing parentheses, collecting like terms, isolating the variable, and changing the direction of the inequality when multiplied or divided by a negative number and your grade 7, grade 8, and high school students will be good to go! Solve multi-step inequalities with whole numbers, integers, and solve multi-step inequalities with expressions on either side. Students also graph the solutions of the multi-step inequalities in these pdfs. Warm up with our free multi-step inequalities worksheets, and come back for more!

Circling the Correct Solutions

Key in to finding solution to multi-step inequalities as you plug the options in the inequality. Students in grade 7 are expected to scout out and circle all the solutions that satisfy the inequality.

Solving Multi-Step Inequalities

Tune up your skills with this batch of solving multi step inequalities worksheet pdfs. Grade 8 students distribute if required, combine like terms, undo operations using their inverses, isolate the variable, and solve for the variable!

Solving Multi-Step Inequalities | Decimals

Coupled with decimals, these printable multi step inequalities worksheets pose double a challenge to students in 7th grade and 8th grade. Getting the variable by itself through a series of steps and solving for it remains the primary task.

Solving and Graphing Multi-Step Inequalities

Clear parentheses and fractions, rewrite the multi-step inequality with the variable on one side. Remember to maintain the balance while doing so. Find the solution and visualize the solution by expressing it on a number line.

Finding Solutions and Graphing Multi-Step Inequalities

Get cracking on your journey of solving and graphing multi-step inequalities involving decimals. High school students figure out if the inequality is inclusive or strict, figure out the solutions, and plot them on the number line.

Identifying Solutions in Interval Notations

An inequality can have a finite, infinite, or zero solutions. Test and stretch the abilities of your high school students in solving multi-step inequalities and discerning the limits of the solution.

Identifying Solution Graphs

Notice the subtle differences between the four number lines, figure out the solution represented by each. Solve the multi-step inequality, scout out the graph that best expresses the solution to the inequality.

Identifying Multi-Step Inequalities from Graphs

Give your practice a much-needed upgrade with these multi step inequalities worksheet pdfs. Solve each inequality from the choices and identify the one that has the given solution presented as a graph.

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