Solving linear inequalities involves finding the range of values for a variable that satisfies an inequality. These inequalities are expressed as linear expressions involving variables, constants, and inequality symbols (such as \( < \), \( \leq \), \( > \), \( \geq \)). Solving them requires applying algebraic operations to isolate the variable on one side of the inequality sign. The solutions represent intervals on a number line or in coordinate planes, depicting all possible values that make the inequality true.

Algebra 2

Inequalities