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Get Started Now- Intro Lesson8:16
- Lesson: 1a0:36
- Lesson: 1b1:17
- Lesson: 1c1:13
- Lesson: 1d0:36
- Lesson: 2a1:09
- Lesson: 2b0:57
- Lesson: 2c0:47
- Lesson: 2d0:50
- Lesson: 3a1:17
- Lesson: 3b1:12
- Lesson: 4a0:56
- Lesson: 4b0:45

We learn how to solve one-step linear inequalities in this lesson. Besides typical math questions, we are going to see word problems related to one-step linear inequalities and money.

Basic Concepts: Evaluating algebraic expressions, Solving linear equations using multiplication and division, Solving two-step linear equations: $ax + b = c$, ${x \over a} + b = c$, Solving linear equations using distributive property: $a(x + b) = c$

Related Concepts: Graphing linear inequalities in two variables, Graphing systems of linear inequalities, Graphing quadratic inequalities in two variables, Graphing systems of quadratic inequalities

- Introductioni) What is an inequality?

ii) How to solve linear inequalities?

iii) How to graph inequalities on a number line? - 1.Solve.a)$7x \le 63$b)$- \frac{1}{8}x$ > $- 5$c)$3 \ge \frac{x}{{1.3}}$d)$2.4x$ < $-1.8$
- 2.Determine if the solution is correct for each inequality.a)$21.4 - x$ < $17$; $x = 8$b)$- \frac{2}{5}x \le 5$; $x = - 2$c)$31 \ge - 3x$; $x = 1.5$d)$\frac{5}{8}x$ < $2.6$; $x = 0.54$
- 3.In a pizza restaurant, you need to order a minimum of $30 of pizzas to get a free drink. If each pizza is $7.45, how many pizzas do you need to order to get the free drink?a)Use inequality to express the situation.b)Find the solution to the question.
- 4.Anna wants to save up $\frac{1}{5}$ of her total income each month. If she wants to save up $260 per month, how much money does she need to earn?a)Use an inequality to solve the question.b)Check your solution.

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