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How would you write x is less than or equal to 15 as an algebraic inequality? a) x > 15 b) x < 15 c) x 15 d) x 15

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Part II: Please circle the 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) Six less than a number is less than 4.

2) Six less than a number is greater than 4.

3) Six 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) Four 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 34

3) Five 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 orchestra tickets 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. Find 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. Then write the rest of the words as symbols in the inequality and solve and graph. Use n as the variable. 1) Four 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 34

3) Five 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 orchestra tickets 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. Find the greatest value of the number.

Plan: Give students inequality word problems 1. Assess how students are doing on this worksheet. Give students who are doing it easily the first inequality word problems 2. Students who are struggling but can identify the is phrase get the second inequality word problems 2 worksheet which has different instructions than the first. Students who are struggling the most get the third inequality word problems 2 worksheet on which I have already circled the is phrase for them. 1st worksheet as is 2nd worksheet tell them to circle the is 3rd worksheet, is is already circled

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