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# Non-Strict Inequalities Exercises

### Example 1

Write the statement as an inequality using ≤ or ≥ as appropriate: 5 is less than or equal to x.

### Example 2

Write the statement as an inequality using ≤ or ≥ as appropriate: -10 is greater than or equal to x.

### Example 3

Write the statement as an inequality using ≤ or ≥ as appropriate: y is at most 3.

### Example 4

Write the statement as an inequality using ≤ or ≥ as appropriate: z is at least 1.

### Example 5

Fill in the blanks in the following table. The first row is filled in as an example. Pay careful attention to whether inequalities are strict or non-strict. If strict, maybe offer them a chill pill?