Translating Inequality Phrases Worksheets

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Hand out our free translating inequality phrases worksheets to children, so they stay one step ahead of their peers! These printables, with included 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. We're now good to get the show on the road!

These pdf worksheets are most recommended for students in 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade.

CCSS: 6.EE, 7.EE

Translating Inequality Phrases | One-Step | Worksheet #1

Watch kids gravitate toward this worksheet! Be it addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division, let young learners carefully analyze the operations and numbers and then translate them as one-step inequalities accurately.

Translating Inequality Phrases | One-Step | Worksheet #1

Translating Inequality Phrases | One-Step | Worksheet #2

How will grade 6 and grade 7 students translate "x reduced by 6 is not less than 14"? The answer is x - 6 ≥ 14. Grab this free pdf worksheet, which gives children tons of thought and insight as they gear up to write the single variable inequality.

Translating Inequality Phrases | One-Step | Worksheet #2

Translating Inequality Phrases | Two-Step | Worksheet #1

This free printable has tremendous additional practice in translating two-step inequalities in store for kids. Construct the correct linear inequalities by identifying the coefficient, variable, constant, and the operation involved.

Translating Inequality Phrases | Two-Step | Worksheet #1

Translating Inequality Phrases | Two-Step | Worksheet #2

Urge children to think twice as clearly to translate phrases like "the sum of 3 times x is not less than 21". Our translating inequality phrases worksheet expects 7th grade and 8th grade kids to translate each verbal phrase into a two-step inequality.

Translating Inequality Phrases | Two-Step | Worksheet #2