# Algebra 1 : Writing inequalities

## Example Questions

### Example Question #51 : Linear Inequalities

Write the inequality: Six less than four times a number is more than eighteen.

Explanation:

Break up the sentence into parts.

Four times a number:

Six less than four times a number:

Is more than eighteen:

Combine the parts to form an inequality.

### Example Question #52 : Linear Inequalities

Write the inequality:  The square of the quantity of twice a number less than four must be at least six.

Explanation:

Break up the sentence into parts.

Twice a number:

Twice a number less than four:

The quantity of twice a number less than four:

The square of the quantity of twice a number less than four:

Must be at least six:

Combine the terms.

### Example Question #53 : Linear Inequalities

Write the inequality:  Two less than three times a number is less than five.

Explanation:

Split the sentence into parts to write the expressions for each part.

Three times a number:

Two less than three times a number:

Is less than five:

Combine the parts to form the inequality.

### Example Question #54 : Linear Inequalities

Write the inequality:  Twice a number less than five is at least negative two.

Explanation:

Break up the sentence into parts.

Twice a number:

Twice a number less than five:

Is at least negative two:

Combine the parts to form an inequality.

### Example Question #55 : Linear Inequalities

Write the inequality:  Two less than four times a number is at most six.

Explanation:

Break up the sentence into parts.

Four times a number:

Two less than four times a number:

Is at most six:

Combine the parts to form the inequality.

### Example Question #1381 : Algebra 1

Write the inequality:  The squared quantity of twice a number is less than negative four.

Explanation:

Break up the sentence into parts.

Twice a number:

The squared quantity of twice a number:

Is less than negative four:

Combine the parts to write the inequality.

### Example Question #57 : Linear Inequalities

Write the inequality:  Two more than the square root of twice a number is less than one.

Explanation:

Break up the sentence into parts.

Twice a number:

The square root of twice a number:

Two more than the square root of twice a number:

Is less than one:

Combine the terms.

### Example Question #58 : Linear Inequalities

Write the inequality:  Four more than a number cubed is less than five.

Explanation:

Split the sentence into parts.

A number cubed:

Four more than a number cubed:

Is less than five:

Combine the terms to form the inequality.

### Example Question #59 : Linear Inequalities

Write the inequality:  Nine less than twice a number must be more than five.

Explanation:

Split the sentence into parts.

Twice a number:

Nine less than twice a number:

Must be more than five:

Combine the parts to write the inequality.

### Example Question #60 : Linear Inequalities

Write the inequality:  Four times the quantity of two less than a number is more than eight.