Properties of Inequalities – Practice Problems

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An inequality is a mathematical relation between two values. There are four different kinds of inequalities: two values can be less than each other, greater than each other, less than or equal to each other, or greater than or equal to each other. Understanding how to use these four inequalities and their properties opens up the possibility of expressing how two values relate to each other in a clear and concise manner. Learn about the different properties of inequalities by helping Jackson, a wildlife tracker, record observations about some interesting eating habits of crocodiles. Common Core Reference: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.7.EE.B.4

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Exercises in this Practice Problem
Describe the addition and subtraction properties of inequalities.
Examine the multiplication and division property of inequalities.
Determine the corresponding inequality.
Check the corresponding application of properties of inequalities.
Identify the inequality symbols you have to use.
Indentifying the properties of inequalities.