# One-Step Inequalities Worksheets

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Let children keep our free printable one-step inequalities worksheets front and center to develop a flair for solving inequalities in a single step. Instruct them to follow the simple rules of solving one-step inequalities to a tee, and they will breeze through a variety of tasks, such as identifying solutions in interval notation, identifying graphs of inequalities, and much more. Soon enough, solving one-step inequalities will feel like child's play!

CCSS: 6.EE

Solving One-Step Inequalities | Integers

Let our solving one-step inequalities worksheets pdf be your dazzler as you guide 6th grade kids to perform inverse operations on either side, isolate the variable, and find the solution. Solving One-Step Inequalities | Fractions

Our solving one-step inequalities worksheets with fractional constants and coefficients call for flipping the inequality sign to the opposite when dividing or multiplying with a negative sign. Solving One-Step Inequalities | Decimals

The constants and coefficients of the one-step inequalities in these exercises are rendered as decimals, offering the perfect challenge for 7th grade and 8th grade children. Graphing One-Step Inequalities

With these printable graphing one-step inequalities worksheets, learning to solve and graph one-step inequalities is easy. Find the solutions and plot them on the number lines. Identifying Solutions of One-Step Inequality in Interval Notation

Instruct grade 8 and high school kids to identify the solutions and choose the accurate interval notations in these printable worksheets on solving one-step inequalities. Identifying the Graph of One-Step Inequality

Prompt students to identify the graph of one-step inequalities in these exercises. Let them choose the graph that represents the solution of the inequality from the given options. Identifying One-Step Inequality that Describes the Graph

These pdf one-step inequalities worksheets expect kids to identify the inequality that describes the graph correctly. Observe the graphic solution and choose the correct one-step inequality. 