 Practice with Basic Inequalities Terms of Use    Contact Person: Donna Roberts  Directions: You may need paper and pencil. Choose, or supply, the best answer.

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Four of the teens at Alexia's birthday party are boys. Their ages are 13, 14, 15, and 14.5 years. Which inequality represents the age, a, of any of these four boys?

Choose:
 a < 15.5 a > 13 a < 14 a > 15 2.
In which of the sets shown below, do all of the values make the inequality 3x - 4 < 12 true?

Choose:
 {12, 14, 16} {4, 5, 6} {5, 7, 9} {3, 4, 5} 3.
Which inequality is represented by this graph? Choose:
 x < -1 x > -1 x -1 x -1 4.
Which value(s) for the variable x from the set shown below, will make the inequality true?
3.5x - 1.2 5.8
Set: {0, 1, 2, 3, 4}

Choose:
 only 0 and 1 only 0, 1, 2 and 3 only 0, 1, and 2 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4 5.
Let x represent any number in the set of odd integers greater than 1.
Which inequality is true for all values of x?

Choose:
 x > 2 x > 3 x < 2 x < 3 6.
At the fair, you must be 60" or taller to ride on the Spinning Gyro. Dewey is h inches tall and he rode on the Spinning Gyro. Which of the following inequalities is true regarding Dewey's height, h?

Choose:
 h > 60" h 60" h < 60" h 60" 7. Which of the following inequalities could be depicted by the diagram shown above?

Choose:
 x < 7 x 7 x > 7 x 7

8.
Jolene is school shopping for notebooks, mechanical pencils, and loose-leaf paper. She has a \$20 bill. If the notebooks and the mechanical pencils cost more than \$14, which inequality represents the dollar amount, d, Jolene can spend on loose-leaf paper?

Choose:
 d < 6 d > 6 d < 34 d > 34 9.
Which inequality is represented by this graph? Choose:
 x 4 x < 4 x > 4 x 4 10 From the information provided in the picture above, list the players from shortest to tallest, stating names and heights. 