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Objective: I can solve 2-step inequalities using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
How to solve 2-step inequalities?
A one-step inequality is an algebraic inequality that only needs one step to solve.
To solve two-step inequalities, we get the variable by itself by performing the inverse operation.
Step 1: Add or subtract the constant on both sides of the equation.
Step 2: Eliminate the coefficient through multiplication or division.
This is similar to solving 2-step equations except that whenever we multiply or divide both sides of an inequality by a negative number, we need to reverse the inequality.
2y + 4 > 10, y > 3
-3y - 0.5 ≤ 1, y ≥ 5
Read this if you need more information on how to solve one-step equations.
|2y + 4 ≥ 8|
|2y - 3 ≥ 5|
|-2y + 1 ≥ 7|
|-3y + 1 ≥ -8|
|-3y - 5 ≥ 10|
|2y - 0.5 > 5.5|
|3x + 1.5 > 4.5|
|5y - 3 > 4.5|
|-5y + 2 > 8.5|
|-9y - 3.5 > 1|
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