Free worksheets for solving or graphing linear inequalities
With this worksheet generator, you can make customizable worksheets for linear inequalities in one variable. These worksheets are especially meant for prealgebra and algebra 1 courses (grades 79).
There are NINE problem types. The first two have to do with plotting simple inequalities and writing an inequality from a number line graph. The third one asks the student to solve a given (easy) inequality in a given set.
The rest of the problem types have to do with different kinds of inequalities that range from simple to complex (such as onestep inequalities, twostep inequalities, inequalities with a variable on both sides or with parentheses). Optionally, you can require the student to plot the solution set on a number line.
You can also choose to exclude multiplication or division by a negative number, which reverses the sign of the inequality and is also the the most difficult operation for students to remember. This option is useful when teaching inequalities in the most simple, beginner level.
All of the worksheets come with an answer key; however, you need to click the link to the answer key immediately after generating the worksheet, because the answer key is only generated when you click on that link. Because of this, you cannot find the answer key for a specific worksheet later on, should you come looking for it.
Please use the quick links below to generate some common types of worksheets.
Write the inequality that matches the graph or plot the given (simple) inequality, such as x ≤ 12
Solve the given inequality in the given set (easy)
Solve simple onestep inequalities  no multiplying/dividing by negative numbers
Solve onestep inequalities
Solve onestep inequalities and plot the solution set
Solve multistep linear inequalities
Solve multistep linear equalities and plot the solution set
Inequality Worksheet Generator 
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