# Ch 31: GACE Middle Grades Math: Inequalities

If you'll be taking the GACE Middle Grades Mathematics assessment, check out this chapter's lessons on inequalities. Our fun videos and self-assessment quizzes will refresh and strengthen your skills in solving inequalities.

## GACE Middle Grades Math: Inequalities - Chapter Summary

Watch this chapter's video lessons to prepare for the questions on inequalities that will appear on the GACE Middle Grades Mathematics assessment. These lessons will get you ready to perform the following tasks by test day:

• Graph one- and two-variable inequalities
• Define compound inequalities and systems of inequalities
• Understand set notation
• Solve and graph absolute value inequalities
• Convert math sentences into inequalities
• Solve one- and two-step linear inequalities

Our professional instructors explain what inequalities are and take you step-by-step through the process of solving and graphing these equations. The videos are brief, fun and loaded with graphics and example problems to help you grasp the material. Best of all, our lessons -- which include transcripts and quizzes -- are available to view on your mobile devices.

### GACE Middle Grades Math: Inequalities Chapter Objectives

The GACE Middle Grades Mathematics assessment evaluates your readiness to earn math teacher certification in the state of Georgia. A computerized exam, it contains 45 selected-response questions that are similar to the ones you'll get asked on our multiple-choice lesson quizzes.

The questions on inequalities are part of the GACE assessment's arithmetic and algebra subarea, which makes up 65% of the test. The rest of the exam is devoted to geometry and data concepts.

9 Lessons in Chapter 31: GACE Middle Grades Math: Inequalities
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