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A word problem describes a real life situation and puts it forward in the form of a mathematical problem. Word problems often involve simple inequalities as well. Any two numbers that are not equal to each other are related by the property of inequality. It can be represented by >, <, ,  and . Simple inequality word problems may include quantities of any component divided unequally amongst two parties or more.

Teachers should provide inequality word problems  with answers PDF to students for better understanding of mathematical operations involving simple inequalities as it will clear the fundamental concept of inequality in their minds.

A word problem describes a real life situation and puts it forward in the form of a mathematical problem. Word problems often involve simple inequalities as well. Any two numbers that are not equal to each other are related by the property of inequality. It can be represented by >, <, ,  and . Simple inequality word problems may include quantities of any component divided unequally amongst two parties or more.

Teachers should provide inequality word problems  with answers PDF to students for better understanding of mathematical operations involving simple inequalities as it will clear the fundamental concept of inequality in their minds.

A word problem describes a real life situation and puts it forward in the form of a mathematical problem. Word problems often involve simple inequalities as well. Any two numbers that are not equal to each other are related by the property of inequality. It can be represented by >, <, ,  and . 

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Grade 6
Expressions, Equations, And Inequalities
6.EE.B.8

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