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Ontario Curriculum Expectation:
5.C2.4 solve inequalities that involve one operation and whole numbers up to 50, and verify and graph the solutions.
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1 of 201. Question
1. Solve for x.
x + 12 < 28
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2 of 202. Question
2. Which graph shows the solution to the inequalities? Drag the inequality to its match.
4x + 5 > 29
3x < 18
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3 of 203. Question
3. Which value correctly completes the inequality? Fill in the blank.

6y + 1 > 43 y >
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4 of 204. Question
4. Which value can be used to solve for n?
5n – 4 < 36
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5 of 205. Question
5. Which graph can be used to solve for y?
54 – 3y < 24
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6 of 206. Question
6. Solve for y.
y − 24 > 12
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7 of 207. Question
7. Solve the inequality equation below.
2n + 7 < 17

n <
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8 of 208. Question
8. Solve the inequality equation below.
p + 24 > 40
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9 of 209. Question
9. Solve the inequality equation below.
7n < 28

n <
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10 of 2010. Question
10. Solve the inequality equation below.
8r + 3 < 75
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11 of 2011. Question
11. Solve the inequality equation below.
9y + 4 > 40
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12 of 2012. Question
12. Which value can be used to solve for n?
3n – 7 < 11
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13 of 2013. Question
13. Match the inequality to its solution.
y > 6
y < 6

48 – 2y < 36

y − 5 < 1
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14 of 2014. Question
14. Solve the inequality equation below.
8n + 5 > 45

n >
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15 of 2015. Question
15. Solve the inequality equation below.
6n − 5 < 67

n <
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16 of 2016. Question
16. Solve for x.
x + 10 > 13
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17 of 2017. Question
17. Which value correctly completes the inequality below?
5p + 3 < 23

p <
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18 of 2018. Question
18. Which value can be used to solve for n?
10n – 5 > 65
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19 of 2019. Question
19. Solve the inequality equation below.
32 − 4y > 16

y <
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20 of 2020. Question
20. Solve for m.
m − 25 > 25
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