More Lessons for Grade 8
Examples, solutions, videos, worksheets, and lessons to help Grade 8 students learn about solving linear inequalities by addition or subtraction.
How to solve one-step linear inequalities?
The solutions to linear inequalities can be expressed in several ways: using inequalities, using a graph, or using interval notation.
The steps to solve linear inequalities are the same as linear equations, except if you multiply or divide by a negative when solving for the variable, you must reverse the inequality symbol.
Solving One-Step Linear Inequalities in One Variable
This video teaches how to solve one step linear inequalities in one variable. The solution is given as an inequality, a graph, and using interval notation.
Solving Inequalities by Adding or Subtracting
This video looks at solving one-step inequalities by adding or subtracting and then graphing the solution. It includes two examples.
How to solve inequalities with addition?
How to Solve Single-Step Inequalities by Addition or Subtraction?
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