# ENTRY TASK: 7.6.1 Solving Inequalities Pre-Check

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- Q1Select the correct reason why the given value is NOT a solution to the inequality: x - 1 < 3; x = 4Four is less than three.Three equals three, it is not larger or smaller.Three is less than 4.Four is not less than three.30s
- Q2Select the correct reason why the given value IS a SOLUTION to the inequality: 8z ≤ 24; z = 3z=3 is actually not a solution.Three is less than twenty-four.Eight is less than twenty-four.Eight times three is twenty-four. Twenty-four can equal twenty-four.30s
- Q3Tell whether the given value is a solution of the inequality: y + 3 > 7; y = 4Yes. 3 + 4 = 7Yes. 3 + 4 > 7No. 3 + 4 > 7No. 3 + 4 = 730s
- Q4Tell whether the given value is a solution of the inequality: x/5 ≥ 1; x = 7No. 7/5 ≤ 1Yes. 7/5 = 1No. 7/5 < 1Yes. 7/5 > 130s
- Q5Choose the correct inequality for the sentence: I have no more than three pets.p ≤ 3p ≥ 3p > 3p < 330s
- Q6Choose the correct inequality for the sentence: My friend can eat at least 2 hotdogs.h > 2h ≥ 2h < 2h ≤ 230s
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