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5. Sam earned $450 during winter vacation. He needs to save $180 for a camping trip over spring break. He can spend the remainder of the money on music. Write an inequality to show how much he can spend on music. Then, graph the inequality. .

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5. Sam earned $450 during winter vacation. He needs to save $180 for a camping trip over spring break. He can spend the remainder of the money on music. Write an inequality to show how much he can spend on music. Then, graph the inequality.

1 step inequalities review

6. Solve the inequality n + 6 < –1.5 and graph the solutions.

1-Step Inequalities Review

7. Solve the inequality and graph the solution.

8. Solve the inequality

> 3 and graph the solutions.

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9. Solve the inequality 2m < 18 and graph the solutions.

1-Step Inequalities Review

10. Solve the inequality

and graph the solutions.

11. Solve the inequality and graph the solutions.

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12. Marco’s Drama class is performing a play. He wants to buy as many tickets as he can afford. If tickets cost $2.50 each and he has $14.75 to spend, how many tickets can he buy?

1-Step Inequalities Review

13. What is the greatest possible integer solution of the inequality

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