# Inequalities Reveiw

## Quiz by Katie Sehnert

Grade 7

Mathematics

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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- Q1Jason has $600 in a savings account at the beginning of the summer. He wants to have at least $300 in the account by the end of the summer. He withdraws $30 each week for food and snacks for basketball practice and games. How many weeks can Jason withdraw from his account?600 - 30x ≤ 300300 + 30x ≥ 600300 + 30x ≥ 600600 - 30x ≥ 300300s
- Q2-4x + 14 ≤ 54x ≤ -10x ≥ 10x ≤ 10x ≥ -10300s
- Q3match the correct graph to the inequalityBADC300s
- Q4Choose the graph that matches the inequalityBDCA300s
- Q5Chose the inequality that matches the graphADBC300s
- Q6x/5 + 8 < 9x > 1/5x < 5x > 5x < 1/5300s
- Q718 - 2x ≥ 4x ≥ 7x ≤ -7x ≥ -7x ≤ 7300s
- Q8Which of the following inequalities would require you to flip the sign when solving?-4x > 122 + x < 3x/5 > 102x > 6300s
- Q9Solve & then pick the correct graph: -2x + 3 < 7BCAD300s
- Q10Solve the inequality: 16 - 4a > 8a > -2a > 2a < -2a < 2300s
- Q11Amanda has a maximum of $40 to spend on flowers. She wants to buy a bouquet of red roses for $18 and spend the rest on lily flowers. Each lily flower costs $11. Write an inequality for the number of lily flowers she can purchase.18x - 11 ≥ 4018 x + 11 ≤ 4011x + 18 ≤ 4011x + 18 ≥ 40300s
- Q12Pick the inequality that fits the situationGHJF300s
- Q13Pick the scenario that fits the inequalityBADC300s
- Q14If x = -6 which inequality is true?-3 - 5x < -141 - 2x > 13-5 - 3x > 102 - x < -3300s
- Q15Pick the scenario that matches the equationCADB300s