### Algebra-1 Problems

Problem # |
Problem Statement |
Problems Similar To |
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1. |
Write the inequality for: x is less than 10 |
\begin{equation}x\textrm{ }<\textrm{ }10\end{equation} |

2. |
Write the inequality for: x is greater than 9/4 |
\begin{equation}x\textrm{ }>\textrm{ }\frac{9}{4}\end{equation} |

3. |
Write the inequality for: 9 less than 5 times x is more than 36 |
\begin{equation}5x-9\textrm{ }>\textrm{ }36\end{equation} |

4. |
A weaver spends $ \$800 $ on supplies to make wall hangings and plans to sell the wall hangings for $ \$16 $ each. Write an inequality that gives the possible number 'w' of wall hangings that the weaver needs to sell in order to be profitable. |
\begin{equation}16w\textrm{ }>\textrm{ }800\end{equation} |

5. |
Mr. T needs at least 90 milligrams of vitamin C each day. He gets his vitamin C by munching brussel sprouts. Each sprout furnishes 10 milligrams of vitamin C. Write the reduced inequality that gives the number of sprouts (x) he must eat each day. |
\begin{equation}10x\textrm{ }\ge\textrm{ }90\end{equation} |

6. |
Your scores in the first 3 tests are 62, 87 and 65. Write the reduced inequality for possible scores you can get on the last test and still have an average of at least 303/4. |
\begin{equation}\frac{62+87+65+x}{4}\textrm{ }\ge\textrm{ }\frac{303}{4}\end{equation} |

7. |
You are in charge of buying the flowers for the flower beds around your school. You cannot spend over $ \$126 $ on flowers. The flowers cost $ \$18 $ for a flat of flowers. Write the reduced inequality for the possible number of flats of flowers you can buy. |
\begin{equation}18x\textrm{ }\le\textrm{ }126\end{equation} |

8. |
Peter wants to promote his band on the Internet. Site A offers website hosting for $\$4$ per month and a startup fee of $\$79$. Site B offers website hosting for $\$103/6$ per month with no startup fee. Write the reduced inequality for the number of months Peter would need to keep the website with Site B to be less expensive than with Site A? |
\begin{equation}4x+79\textrm{ }>\textrm{ }\frac{103}{6} \times x\end{equation} |

9. |
Sania needs to read to atleast $105$ pages of a book for homework. She has read $67$ pages already. Write the reduced inequality for the number of pages she needs to read to complete her homework. |
\begin{equation}67+x\textrm{ }\ge\textrm{ }105\end{equation} |

10. |
George has a strip of wood trim that is $ 35 $ ft long. He needs $ 5 $ ft pieces to trim some windows. Write the reduced inequality for the possible number of pieces he can cut. |
\begin{equation}5x\textrm{ }\le\textrm{ }35\end{equation} |

11. |
At an online bookstore, Sandra bought $4$ copies of the same book for the members of her book club. She got free shipping because the total price was at least $\$64$. Write the reduced inequality for the price of each book. |
\begin{equation}4x\textrm{ }\ge\textrm{ }64\end{equation} |

12. |
The sum of the lengths of any two sides of a triangle should be greater than the length of the third side. Write the reduced inequality for possible values of "x" for a triangle with sides: 1x, x + 3 and 17? |
\begin{equation}1x+x+3\textrm{ }>\textrm{ }17\end{equation} |

13. |
Write the reduced inequality for values of "x" if the area of a rectangle is greater than its perimeter, and if the length of the rectangle is (x + 9) and its width is 10. |
\begin{equation}(x+9) \times 10\textrm{ }>\textrm{ }2(x+9+10)\end{equation} |