## How do you teach inequality word problems?

Word Problem Solving Strategies

- Read through the entire problem.
- Highlight the important information and key words that you need to solve the problem.
- Identify your variables.
- Write the equation or inequality.
- Solve.
- Write your answer in a complete sentence.
- Check or justify your answer.

### How can inequalities be used in real life?

Think about the following situations: speed limits on the highway, minimum payments on credit card bills, number of text messages you can send each month from your cell phone, and the amount of time it will take to get from home to school. All of these can be represented as mathematical inequalities.

**Why do we use inequalities?**

In mathematics, inequalities are used to compare the relative size of values. They can be used to compare integers, variables, and various other algebraic expressions.

**What is inequality and its example?**

The term inequality refers to a condition of being unequal, or of being given an unequal share of treatment, status, or opportunity. A continued perception of racial, social, and wealth inequality and discrimination continues to plague society, causing discontent, anger, and even fear.

## What are the rules for solving an inequality?

Many simple inequalities can be solved by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing both sides until you are left with the variable on its own. But these things will change direction of the inequality: Multiplying or dividing both sides by a negative number. Swapping left and right hand sides.

### How to solve inequalities?

Add (or subtract) a number from both sides

**What are the rules of solving inequalities?**

Rules for solving inequalities. The following rules can be applied to any inequality ¾ Add or subtract the same number or expressions to both sides. ¾ Multiply or divide both sides by the same positive number. ¾ By multiplying or dividing with the same negative number, the inequality is reversed.

**How do you solve an inequality graph?**

The first step in graphing an inequality is to draw the line that would be obtained, if the inequality is an equation with an equals sign. The next step is to shade half of the graph. To draw the line determined by the inequality, write the inequality with an equals sign.