# Ch 7: FTCE: Equations and Inequalities

Strengthen your preparations for an upcoming FTCE exam covering equations and inequalities by studying these fun lessons. Mini quizzes and a chapter exam can confirm your knowledge and ensure you're ready to excel on exam day.

## FTCE: Equations and Inequalities - Chapter Summary

No matter your current understanding of equations and inequalities, our engaging lessons make it easy to boost your comprehension. Study them at your convenience to refresh your knowledge of linear inequalities and functions, quadratic equations, how to use quadratic formulas in real life situations and more. In no time, you will be ready to do the following:

• Solve problems with linear equations
• Graph and solve linear and quadratic inequalities
• Define linear functions and write and evaluate real-life linear models
• Interpret the slope and intercept of a linear model
• Share examples of quadratic equations and solve one by graphing
• Model a given data set or situation using quadratic functions
• Compare quadratic, linear and exponential models

This chapter features a self-paced format that enables you to study when and how you desire. Feel free to choose the lessons you want to study, navigate them in any order, and revisit as often as you'd like. If you have questions about specific topics covered in the lessons, don't hesitate to submit them to our subject-matter experts. Before exam day, be sure to test your comprehension of this chapter by taking multiple-choice quizzes and a broader practice exam.

13 Lessons in Chapter 7: FTCE: Equations and Inequalities
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