ALG 1A - Unit 2, Lesson 9: Inequality Word Problems

Solve each inequality. Make sure you use x as your variable AND include your inequality sign. No spaces. For ≤ use <= For ≥ use >= Write each as an inequality. I need at most 12. I need at least 30. Use x as the variable. Your brother has $2000 saved for a vacation. His airplane ticket is $637. Write an inequality to show how much money he can spend for everything else. The math club is having a car wash. They are going to charge $4.50 per car. Write and solve an inequlity to find how many cars they have to wash to earn at least $300. The freshman class is planning field trip to the fair. It cost $5 to enter and $1.25 per ride. If you bring $15 to spend what is the greatest number of rides you can go on?
x≤ Ashleigh sells Chia Pets. It costs Ashleigh $7.50 to buy the materials to make each Chia Pet. Ashleigh also pays $110 a month for additional supplies to help her create each Chia Pet. Ashleigh sells each Chia Pet for $25.
Write an inequality in standard form that can be used to determine the number of Chia Pets (c) Ashleigh must sell each month in order to make a profit for the month. Use: <= for ≤ >= for ≥ |

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