# Algebra I Chapter Review

13–61 (Odds Only) on pp. 223–226

Solve each inequality. Graph your solutions.

13. w + 3 > 9

W + 3 – 3 > 9 – 3

W > 6

15. -4 < t + 8

-4 – 8 < t + 8 – 8

t > -12

17. 22.3 ≤ 13.7 + h

22.3 – 13.7 ≤ 13.7 – 13.7 + h

h ≥ 8.6

19. You have at most $15.00 to spend. You want to buy a used CD that costs $4.25. Write and solve an inequality to find the possible additional amounts you can spend. a = Additional funds you can spend.

a ≤ 15 – 4.25

21. -6t > 18

-6t-6 > 18-6

t < -3

23. - h4 < 6

- h4 × -4 < 6 × -4

h > -24

25. - 35n ≥ - 9

- 35n ÷ - 35 ≥ - 9 ÷ - 35

n ≤ 15

27. -17.1m < 23.8

-17.1m ÷ -17.1 < 23.8 ÷ -17.1

m > 1.392

Solve each inequality.

29. 4k – 1 ≥ -3

4k – 1 + 1≥ -3 + 1

4k4 ≥ -24

k ≥ -0.5

31. 3t > 5t + 12

3t – 5t > 5t – 5t + 12

-2t-2 > 12-2

t < -6

33. 4 + x2 > 2x

4 + x2 × 2 > 2x × 2

4 + x - x > 4x – x

43 > 3x3

1.33 > x

35. 13.5a + 7.4 ≤ 85.7

13.5a + 7.4 – 7.4 ≤ 85.7 – 7.4

13.5a13.5 ≤ 78.313.5

a ≤ 5.8

37. A salesperson earns $200 per week plus a commission equal to 4% of her sales. This week her goal is to earn no less than $450. Write and solve an inequality to find the amount of sales she must have to reach her goal.

200 + .04s ≥ 450

200 – 200 + .04s ≥ 450 -200

.04s.04 ≥ 250.04

s ≥ $6,250

41. Suppose U = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8} and B = {2, 4, 6, 8}. What is B’? B’ = {1, 3, 5, 7}

Solve each compound inequality.

43. 0 < -8b ≥ -6.3

0-8 < -8b-8 ≥ -6.3-8

0 > b ≤ .7875

45. 5m < -10 or 3m > 9

5m5 < -105 or 3m3 > 93

m < 2 or m > 9

47. 9.1 > 1.4p ≥ -6.3

9.11.4 > 1.4p1.4 ≥ -6.31.4

6.5 > p ≥ -4.5

Solve each equation or inequality. If there is no solution, write no solution. 49. |y| = 3

y = 3, -3

51. 4 + |r + 2| = 7

r = 1, -5

53. |5x| ≤ 15

No solution.

55. |2x – 7| - 1 > 0

No solution.

57. The ideal length of a certain nail is 20mm. The actual length can vary from the ideal by at most 0.4mm. Find the range of acceptable lengths of the nail.

a =...

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