Solving and Graphing Multistep Inequalities - Concept

Concept Concept (1)

Sometimes we get more complex inequalities that take more than one step to solve. Solving multi step inequalities involves both solving inequalities using addition and solving inequalities using multiplication. Many of the techniques are similar to those learned when solving multi-step equations. Solving multi-step inequalities is done in many solving compound inequalities.

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Solving and Graphing Multistep Inequalities - Problem 1

Solve and graph your solution.

2m − 1 > 17
Problem 1
How to solve and graph multistep inequalities using multiplication and subtraction.
Solving and Graphing Multistep Inequalities - Problem 2

Solve and graph your solution.

3(x − 3) ≤ -2(1 − x)
Problem 2
How to solve and graph multistep inequalities when the variable is on both sides.
Solving and Graphing Multistep Inequalities - Problem 3

Solve and graph your solution.

-2 > -7x + 3(x − 4)
Problem 3
How to solve and graph multistep inequalities when using distributing and changing the direction of the inequality.