Lesson: One-Step Inequalities in Real-World Problems
In this lesson, we will learn how to formulate a one-step inequality in a real-world context and solve it to get the range of values satisfying that inequality.
Sample Question Videos
Worksheet: 11 Questions • 5 Videos
Given that seven times a number is less than 21, write an inequality to describe this information, and then solve it.
Asuka hopes that someday she will manage to collect more than 85 vintage comic books. She currently has 63 comics. Write and solve an inequality that can be used to determine how many books Asuka needs to get to complete her collection.
Shady and nine of his friends want to buy a birthday cake. They plan on splitting the cost, and they want to spend at most $8.50 per person. Write an inequality to find the cost of the cake they should buy, and then solve it.