4.1 Solving Inequalities using  Addition and Subtraction
Vocabulary:• inequality: a mathematical sentence  formed by placing an inequality symbol  between two expressions.• graph ...
Graphing:• x>1       greater than        open dot• x<1       less than           open dot• x ≤1   less than or equal     s...
Example 1:Write and graph an inequality         that describes the situation1.)The speed limit on the road is 45 miles  pe...
Example 2     Write inequalities from graphsWrite an inequality represented by the graph.a.SOLUTIONThe shading includes al...
Example 2    Write inequalities from graphsWrite an inequality represented by the graph.b.SOLUTIONThe shading includes 4 a...
Example 3     Solve an inequality using subtractionSolve 9 ≥ x + 7. Graph your solution.      9 ≥ x +7             Write o...
Example 3 continueSolve the inequality. Graph your solution.  – 2 < y + 15
Try on your own!!Solve the inequality. Graph your solution.7. y + 5 > 6ANSWER         y >18. x + 7 ≥ – 4ANSWER         x ≥...
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  1. 1. 4.1 Solving Inequalities using Addition and Subtraction
  2. 2. Vocabulary:• inequality: a mathematical sentence formed by placing an inequality symbol between two expressions.• graph of an inequality: is the set of points that represent all solutions of the inequality.• equivalent inequalities: inequalities that have the same solution.
  3. 3. Graphing:• x>1 greater than open dot• x<1 less than open dot• x ≤1 less than or equal solid dot• x ≥ 1 greater than or equal solid dot
  4. 4. Example 1:Write and graph an inequality that describes the situation1.)The speed limit on the road is 45 miles per hour.2.) A child must be taller than 40 inches to get on Space Mountain.
  5. 5. Example 2 Write inequalities from graphsWrite an inequality represented by the graph.a.SOLUTIONThe shading includes all numbers to the right of(greater than) – 6.5.ANSWERAn inequality represented by the graph is x > – 6.5.
  6. 6. Example 2 Write inequalities from graphsWrite an inequality represented by the graph.b.SOLUTIONThe shading includes 4 and all numbers to the left of(less than) 4.ANSWERAn inequality represented by the graph is x ≤ 4.
  7. 7. Example 3 Solve an inequality using subtractionSolve 9 ≥ x + 7. Graph your solution. 9 ≥ x +7 Write original inequality. .
  8. 8. Example 3 continueSolve the inequality. Graph your solution. – 2 < y + 15
  9. 9. Try on your own!!Solve the inequality. Graph your solution.7. y + 5 > 6ANSWER y >18. x + 7 ≥ – 4ANSWER x ≥ –11

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