This is a one-sided practice page with 9 questions over what I like to call "mini word problems." The students practice defining a variable, working with the inequality description such as "Andrew's homework is to solve no more than 50 questions," identifying any 3 solutions that make the inequality true and then graphing them. The purpose is to make inequality word problems seem easy and doable and to acquaint the student with what to do when they see words such as "at least" or "no more than." 2 pages. Key included.
For an in-class activity associated with this same concept check out my
One Variable Inequalities Matching Activity
Need more practice? Check out my
Inequality Word Problems Coloring Activity
This resource is also available as a part of my Inequalities Unit Bundle
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