Translating Inequality Phrases Worksheets
Hand out our free, printable translating inequality phrases worksheets to children, so they stay one step ahead of their peers! These worksheets, with answer keys, are equipped with scads of practice for young learners in translating verbal phrases such as "12 more than x is less than 16" or "thrice the sum of 5 and x is at most 22" into algebraic inequalities. Students must remember to double-check whether the one-step inequalities or two-step inequalities that they write match the verbal phrases.
These pdf translating inequality phrases worksheets are most recommended for learners in grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8.
CCSS: 6.EE, 7.EE
There's no better place to kick off practice than these printable exercises, where 6th grade kids take in each phrase and write down the algebraic inequality it represents.
Be it addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division, let 7th grade children carefully analyze the operations and numbers and then translate them as one-step inequalities accurately.
These printable worksheets provide tremendous practice in translating two-step inequalities. Construct the linear inequalities by identifying the coefficient, variable, constant, and the operation involved.
Elevate 8th grade kids' practice a notch higher with these translating inequality phrases worksheets pdf. Flex your affinity for algebra as you translate phrases into inequalities.