In this activity, students will practice solving linear inequalities, including translating and solving real world word problems. Students will use their answer from the previous question to find the next problem. Solutions include all real numbers and no solution as well as making sure that answers make sense in context of a word problem (for example, one question is about people and it asks for the MAXIMUM, so students will have to round their answers because you can't have 16.35 people)
I have included two versions of the scavenger hunt. One with numbers in the corner to make for easier grading, and one regular set of questions to make it a bit harder for students to copy each other's answers. I also included two versions of the answer sheet, one with boxes to make sure students can write down the numbers in order that they go so you can grade it easily, one without.
I usually will put the stations around the room, then have students start wherever they would like. The answers all loop around, no matter which problem you start with. This prevents all students from moving in a pack together around the room because they can start anywhere and it will still work. Students love being able to get up and move around the classroom while practicing their skills.