One-variable Inequality

My Definition

Key Characteristics

The following are true of a one-variable inequality:

- The term refers to a relationship between two expressions that may include equality.
- It uses one of the following
symbols:

> (greater than)

< (less than)

≥ (greater than or equal)

≤ (less than or equal)

≠ (not equal) - The solutions can be represented using inequality symbols, number lines, and sets of numbers.
- It always contains an unknown value.

Example

Non-example

3 • $\Big($

These are one-variable equations.

TEKS: 6(9)(A), 6(9)(B), 6(9)(C), 6(10)(A), 6(10)(B), 7(10)(A), 7(10)(B), 7(10)(C),

7(11)(A), 7(11)(B), 8(8)(A), 8(8)(B)