# One-Step Inequalities Worksheets

Our printable one step inequalities worksheets are your ticket to solving and graphing inequalities in a single step effortlessly. One-step inequalities involve just one variable and one single operation and are solved in a single step. With multifarious skills, three levels of difficulty, and the inclusion of fraction and decimal coefficients these worksheets are sure to make it to your must-have resources. Grade 6, grade 7, grade 8 and high school students reason about and find solutions that make the inequalities true. Get off to a flying start with our free one step inequalities worksheets!

Picking Out Solutions

Hammer home the concept of solving one-step inequalities by plugging in each of the four options in the inequality. Get grade 6 students to solve it and figure out which of them satisfy the inequality and circle them.

Solving and Graphing One-Step Inequalities

Part solving, part graphing these printable one step inequalities worksheets get 7th grade students to solve the inequality, plot the relative value on a number line with an open or closed circle, and draw an arrow to indicate the solution range.

Identifying Solutions in Interval Notation

Add a twist to your 8th grade students' practice with our one step inequalities worksheet pdfs with solutions presented as open and closed intervals. Solve the inequality and identify the range of solutions and choose the correct interval.

One-Step Inequalities with Fractions and Decimals

Take a deeper plunge into solving one-step inequalities as fractions and decimals make their way into these one-step inequalities. Eliminate the fractional coefficient using its reciprocal and solve the inequalities in a jiffy!

One-Step Inequalities | Solve and Graph

With abundant practice offered by these pdfs, students in grade 7 and grade 8 learn to swiftly solve inequalities involving fractions and decimals in a single step. Check if the inequality is inclusive or strict before you get graphing!

Choosing the Correct Solution Graph

High school students skim through each number line provided as an option and build the one-step inequality, and showcase skills in solving and identifying the number line that best describes its solution.

Identifying One-Step Inequalities

Can your students figure out the inequality from the graph? The circle indicates if the relative value is included and the direction of the ray shows the if it is less than or greater than the relative value. That's easy!

Translating Inequality Phrases Worksheets

Read the real-world or mathematical problems, identify the terms rendered in the phrases, use apt operators between the terms, and construct one-step inequalities.

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