What is a correct first step in solving the inequality -4(3 – 5x)≥ -6x + 9? |
-12 + 20x ≥ -6x + 9 |

Which number line represents the solution set for the inequality 3(8 – 4x) < 6(x – 5)? |
B (point three graphed this way —>) |

What value of x is in the solution set of -5x – 15 > 10 + 20x? |
-1 |

Solve the inequality. 2(4 + 2x) ≥ 5x + 5? |
3 |

Step 1: -10 + 8x < 6x – 4 What is the final step in solving the inequality -2(5 – 4x) < 6x – 4? |
x>3 |

Step 1: Subtract 3 from both sides of the inequality. What is the missing step in solving the inequality 5 – 8x < 2x + 3? |
Add 8x to both sides of the inequality. |

Which is a correct first step in solving 5 – 2x < 8x – 3? |
5 < 10x – 3 |

Which number line represents the solution set for the inequality 2x – 6 ≥ 6(x – 2) + 8? |
C (point -0.5 graphed this way <—) |

Which are correct representations of the inequality 6x ≥ 3 + 4(2x – 1)? Check all that apply. |
1 ≥ 2x E (point on 0.5 and graphed this way —->) |

What value of x is in the solution set of 3(x – 4) ≥ 5x + 2? |
-10 |

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