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There are three sets of solving 1-step inequality worksheets:

- Solve 1-step inequalities (addition & subtraction)
- Solve 1-step inequalities (multiplication & division)
- Solve 1-step inequalities (all operations)

Examples, solutions, videos, and worksheets to help Grade 6 and Grade 7 students learn how to solve one-step inequalities using addition & subtraction.

There are two sets of solving one-step inequalities worksheets (using addition & subtraction).

- Solve 1-step inequalities using addition or subtraction (positive answers).
- Solve 1-step inequalities using addition or subtraction (include negative answers).

These are the steps to solve one-step inequalities:

- Isolate the variable. This means getting the variable by itself on one side of the inequality. You can do this by adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing both sides of the inequality by the same number, as long as you do it to both sides.
- Remember the sign change rule. When you multiply or divide both sides of an inequality by a negative number, you have to flip the direction of the inequality symbol. For example, if you start with an inequality like x > 3, and you multiply both sides by -2, the inequality becomes x < -6.

For example,

Original inequality: x + 2 < 7

Isolate the variable: x < 7 - 2

Simplify: x < 5

Have a look at this video if you need to review how to solve 1-step inequalities using addition and subtraction.

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1-Step Inequalities Worksheet #1 (using addition or subtraction)

1-Step Inequalities Worksheet #2 (include negative answers)

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One-step Inequality

Two-step Inequality

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