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New York State Common Core Math Module 4, Grade 6, Lesson 34

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**Problem Set**

Write and graph an inequality for each problem.

1. At least 13

2. Less than 7

3. Chad will need at least 24 minutes to complete the 5K race. However, he wants to finish in under 30 minutes.

4. Eva saves $60 each week. Since she needs to save at least $2,400 to go on a trip to Europe, she will need to save for at least 40 weeks.

5. Clara has $100. She wants to buy 4 pairs of the same pants. Due to tax, Clara can afford pants that are less than $25.

6. A gym charges $30 per month plus $4 extra to swim in the pool for an hour. Because a member has just $50 to spend at the gym each month, the member can swim at most 5 hours.

New York State Common Core Math Module 4, Grade 6, Lesson 34

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Lesson Outcomes

Students recognize that inequalities of the form x < c and x > c, where x is a variable and c is a fixed number have infinitely many solutions when the values of come from a set of rational numbers.

Example 1

Write and graph the equalities for the following statements:

a. Caleb has at least $5.

b. Tarek has more than $5.

c. Vanessa has at most $5.

d. Li Chen has less than $5.

Example 2

Kelly works for Quick Oil Change. If customers have to wait longer than 20 minutes for the oil change, the company does not charge for the service. The fastest oil change that Kelly has ever done took 6 minutes. Show the possible customer wait times in which the company charges the customer.

Example 3

Gurnaz has been mowing lawns to save money for a concert. Gurnaz will need to work for at least six hours to save enough money, but he must work less than 16 hours this week. Write an inequality to represent this situation, and then graph the solution.

Exercises 1–5

Write an inequality to represent each situation. Then graph the solution.

1. Blayton is at most 2 meters above sea level.

2. Edith must read for a minimum of 20 minutes.

3. Travis milks his cows each morning. He has never gotten less than 3 gallons of milk; however, he always gets less than 9 gallons of milk.

4. Rita can make 8 cakes for a bakery each day. So far she has orders for more than 32 cakes. Right now, Rita needs more than four days to make all 32 cakes.

5. Rita must have all the orders placed right now done in 7 days or less. How will this change your inequality and your graph?

6. Kasey has been mowing lawns to save up money for a concert. He earns $15 per hour and needs at least $90 to go to the concert. How many hours should he mow?

7. Rachel can make 8 cakes for a bakery each day. So far she has orders for more than 32 cakes. How many days will it take her to complete the orders?

8. Ranger saves $70 each week. He needs to save at least $2,800 to go on a trip to Europe. How many weeks will he need to save?

9. Clara has less than $75. She wants to buy 3 pairs of shoes. What price shoes can Clara afford if all the shoes are the same price?

10. A gym charges $25 per month plus $4 extra to swim in the pool for an hour. If a member only has $45 to spend each month, at most how many hours can the member swim?

Write and graph an inequality for each problem.

1. At least 13

2. Less than 7

3. Chad will need at least 24 minutes to complete the 5K race. However, he wants to finish in under 30 minutes.

4. Eva saves $60 each week. Since she needs to save at least $2,400 to go on a trip to Europe, she will need to save for at least 40 weeks.

5. Clara has $100. She wants to buy 4 pairs of the same pants. Due to tax, Clara can afford pants that are less than $25.

6. A gym charges $30 per month plus $4 extra to swim in the pool for an hour. Because a member has just $50 to spend at the gym each month, the member can swim at most 5 hours.

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