LINR 2 | Lesson 2 | Practice (Solving Inequalities)

Practice Solving Inequalities

Solve the following inequalities and graph the solution on a number line.  Remember, to change the direction of the inequality when multiplying or dividing by a negative number.

1.  \(\frac{2}{3}x- 1\geq11\)


2. \(2(x-1)\geq 3-2x\)


3. \(4(3x-2) ≤ 5(3x+2)\)


4. A sales person earns $500 plus 3% commission on what they sell.  How much would they need to sell in order to earn at least $740?


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