02.05 Inequalities Essential Questions How can you create inequalities in one variable and use them to solve problems? How can you solve linear inequalities in one variable? An?inequality?means the value of the variable is not equal to one number (like in equations), but instead may be greater than or less than a number. There are four primary symbols you need to know when working with inequalities. Indicate what type of circle goes with each inequality symbol > Greater than ______________ < Less than _______________ ? Greater than or equal to ________________ ? Less than or equal to ________________ When you graph an inequality on a number line, there are two questions you must answer. Open or closed circle

# Algebra Fill In Notes 2.5

02.05 Inequalities Essential Questions How can you create inequalities in one variable and use them to solve problems? How can you solve linear inequalities in one variable? An?inequality?means the value of the variable is not equal to one number (like in equations), but instead may be greater than or less than a number. There are four primary symbols you need to know when working with inequalities. Indicate what type of circle goes with each inequality symbol > Greater than ______________ < Less than _______________ ? Greater than or equal to ________________ ? Less than or equal to ________________ When you graph an inequality on a number line, there are two questions you must answer. Open or closed circle

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