Two-step linear inequalities is an inequality in which a variable is isolated on one side of the inequality symbol which requires two steps to solve. It involves finding the value of the variable that satisfies the given inequality. When you multiply or divide both sides of an inequality by a negative number, make sure to reverse the inequality sign, this keeps the inequality true. In these worksheets, students will find the value of the variable using appropriate operations.

For example: Solve for `g: 5g–7<3`

Algebra 1

One-Variable Inequalities