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1-10 CW Inequality Word Problems

# 1-10 CW Inequality Word Problems

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Name: Date:
Inequality Word Problems

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Part I:
Please choose your answer.How would you write x is less than or equal to 15 as an algebraic inequality?a)

x > 15b)

x < 15c)

x  15d)

x  15
Part II:
is phrase
in each of the following sentences. Then write down the inequality that the isphrase indicates to use. Next write down the rest of the words as symbols in the inequality and solve and graph it.1)

S
ix less than a number is less than 4.2)

S
ix less than a number is greater than 4.3)

S
ix times a number is less than 72.4)

A number increased by 10 is greater than 50.

Name: Date:
Inequality Word Problems 2
Block:
Part I:
In each case write, solve, and graph the inequality that represents the given conditions. Use n as the variable.1)

F
our less than a number is greater than 7. 4) A number increased by 12 is greater than 23.2)

Eight less than a number is less than 4. 5) A number decreased by 12 is less than 343)

F
ive times a number is less than 80. 6) Twice a number, increased by 6, is less than 48.
Part II:
In each case write an inequality and solve the problem algebraically.7) Adrian has some money in the bank. After he deposited an additional sum of \$100, he had at least \$550 in the bank.At least how much money did Mr. Adrian have in the bank originally?8) The theatre club decides to buy at least 250 tickets for a theatre party. If they expect to buy 80 fewer orchestratickets than balcony tickets, what is the least number of balcony tickets they will buy?9) Three times a number increased by 8 is at most 40 more than the number.
F
ind the greatest value of the number.

Name: Date:
Inequality Word Problems 2
Block:
Part I:
In each case circle the
is phrase
in the sentence and write down the inequality symbol that it indicates. Thenwrite the rest of the words as symbols in the inequality and solve and graph. Use n as the variable.1)

F
our less than a number is greater than 7. 4) A number increased by 12 is greater than 23.2)

Eight less than a number is less than 4. 5) A number decreased by 12 is less than 343)

F
ive times a number is less than 80. 6) Twice a number, increased by 6, is less than 48.
Part II:
In each case write an inequality and solve the problem algebraically.7) Adrian has some money in the bank. After he deposited an additional sum of \$100, he had at least \$550 in the bank.At least how much money did Mr. Adrian have in the bank originally?8) The theatre club decides to buy at least 250 tickets for a theatre party. If they expect to buy 80 fewer orchestratickets than balcony tickets, what is the least number of balcony tickets they will buy?9) Three times a number increased by 8 is at most 40 more than the number.
F
ind the greatest value of the number.