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## Inequalities1. The solution of x - 4 %3c -6 isx %3e -10, x %3e -2, x%3c -2, x %3c -10 2. The solution for the inequality, -2x %3e 8 is x %3e 10, x %3c -4, x %3c 4, x %3e -4 3. Solve: 2x - 5 %3c 15 x %3c 10, x %3e 5, x %3e 10, x %3c 5 4. Sara has $58 to spend. She wants to buy a book bag for $10. She also wants to buy some sandals at $16 a pair. Write an inequality to find how many pairs she could buy. 16x %2b 10 %3e 58, 16 %2b 10x %3e 58, 16x %2b 10 %3c 58, 16 %2b 10x %3c 58 5. Solve: 3 - 4x %3c -9 x %3e 3, x %3e -3, x %3c 3, x %3c -3 6. 2(2x - 5) %3c 10 x %3e 5, x %3c 0, x %3c 5, x %3e 0 7. Solve: 2x %2b 4 - 3x %3e -4 x %3c 8, x %3c -8, x %3e 8, x %3e -8 8. Brian has $15 at the mall food court. He decides to get a soda for $1.50 and an ice cream for $2.50. Pizza is $3 a slice. Write an inequality to find how many slices he can get 1.50 %2b 2.50 %2b 3x %3c 15, 1.50x %2b 2.50x %2b 3x %3c 15, 1.50 %2b 2.50 %2b 3x %3e 15, 1.50 %2b 2.50 %2b 3 %3c 15 9. Brian has $15 at the mall food court. He decides to get a soda for $1.50 and an ice cream for $2.50. Pizza is $3 a slice. How many slices can he buy? you can%27t buy a part of a slice so he can buy 3 slices, he can buy 4 slices because 3.67 rounds to 4, x %3c 3.67, cannot tell |