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Grade 7 Inequalities CCSS: 7.EE.B.4, 7.EE.B.4b
Solve the inequality for y.

$5y + 6 >= -9$
1. $y >= 3$
2. $y >= -3$
3. $y <= -3$
4. $y <= 3$
Grade 7 Inequalities CCSS: 7.EE.B.4, 7.EE.B.4b
Which represents the value of $x$ in $6 - 4x <= 26$?
1. $x <= -8$
2. $x >= -8$
3. $x <= -5$
4. $x >= -5$
What is the solution set of the following inequality? $X - 5 <= -12$
1. $X>=7$
2. $X>= -17$
3. $X<=-5$
4. $X<=-7$
The heights of trees in a park range from 5 feet to 38 feet tall. Which inequality would describe the height of the trees?
1. $x>5$
2. $5 < x < 38$
3. $5>x>38$
4. $5<38$
Grade 7 Inequalities CCSS: 7.EE.B.4, 7.EE.B.4b
Solve the inequality: $2x+4>24$
1. $x> -14$
2. $x> -7$
3. $x>8$
4. $x>10$
Which of these represents the solution for inequality $(y+3)/4<2?$
1. $y<3$
2. $y<4$
3. $y<5$
4. $y<11$
Grade 7 Inequalities CCSS: 7.EE.B.4, 7.EE.B.4b
Solve the inequality: $-4x+9<=-35$
1. $x>=-11$
2. $x<=-11$
3. $x>=11$
4. $x<=11$
Solve the inequality.
$x+7>=-4$
1. $x>= 11$
2. $x>=-11$
3. $x>=-3$
4. $x>=3$
Solve: $-4x+2<6$
1. $x> -1$
2. $x<1$
3. $x>4$
4. $x<-4$
What does the open circle represent on the inequality graph?
1. EQUAL TO the number that is graphed
2. NOT EQUAL TO the number that is graphed
Grade 7 Inequalities CCSS: 7.EE.B.4, 7.EE.B.4b
Solve the inequality: $5(p+3)<-30$
1. $p<0$
2. $p<-3$
3. $p<-22/5$
4. $p<-9$
What does the closed circle represent on the inequality graph?
1. EQUAL TO the number that is graphed
2. NOT EQUAL TO the number that is graphed
Solve the inequality $x + 8 <= 10$ .
1. $x <= 18$
2. $x <= 2$
3. $x <= 80$
4. $x <= 1 1/4$
Grade 7 Inequalities CCSS: 7.EE.B.4, 7.EE.B.4b
Which inequality has the same solution set as $6x<=12$?
1. $x<=2$
2. $x>=2$
3. $x<=6$
4. $x>=6$