# Worksheet: One-Step Inequalities in Real-World Problems

In this worksheet, we will practice formulating a one-step inequality in a real-world context and solving it to get the range of values satisfying that inequality.

**Q4: **

Nabil limits his video gaming to no more than 11 hours a week. He has already played for 8 hours this week. Write an inequality to find out how much more time Nabil can spend playing video games this week, and then solve it.

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**Q6: **

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.

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**Q8: **

Write an inequality to describe the following problem, and then solve it: nine less than a number is more than fourteen.

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**Q9: **

Write an inequality that represents the following problem, and then solve it: The sum of a number and 7.2 is at least 12.4.

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**Q10: **

Fares wants to buy groceries. He wants to have at least $80 cash with him, and he currently has $15. Write and solve an inequality that would determine how much cash Fares should withdraw from the bank.

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**Q11: **

Using the table which shows the literacy rates in several countries, determine which country has a literacy rate of at least .

Country | Country A | Country B | Country C | Country D |
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Literacy Rate |

- ACountry A
- BCountry B
- CCountry D
- DCountry C