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Equivalent Inequalities Exercises

Example 1

What's an inequality that's equivalent to 6 < x?

Example 2

What's an inequality that's equivalent to -3 > x?

Example 3

What's an inequality that's equivalent to x > -2?

Example 4

Write the following statement as an inequality, using < or > as appropriate, and represent the inequality using a number line:

x is less than -7.

Example 5

Write the following statement as an inequality, using < or > as appropriate, and represent the inequality using a number line:

z is greater than 6.

Example 6

Write the following statement as an inequality, using < or > as appropriate, and represent the inequality using a number line:

0.5 is less than x.