# Ch 23: GRE Quantitative Reasoning: Inequalities

Brush up on inequality concepts that are covered on the quantitative reason section of the GRE. Review and test your knowledge with fun and engaging lessons and quizzes that are easy and convenient to access.

## GRE Quantitative Reasoning: Inequalities - Chapter Summary

Enhance your understanding of inequalities with our GRE review tutorials. These lectures incorporate concepts about inequalities that are essential to know for satisfactory performance on the GRE. Some areas addressed in these lessons are:

• Absolute value inequalities
• Linear equations
• Graphing inequalities
• Set notation
• Compound inequalities
• Systems of inequalities

In addition to instructional videos discussing various aspects of inequalities, this chapter's lessons include practice problems and correlative quizzes that let you measure how well you're comprehending the information. Lessons are allocated into brief, specific video lectures to encourage understanding of each topic and enhance your GRE performance.

### GRE Quantitative Reasoning Objectives

Designed to determine a student's readiness to enter academia at the graduate level, the GRE includes a quantitative reasoning segment that accounts for more than 30% of the full examination. Our lessons on inequalities provide instruction in subjects referenced on the actual GRE. These lessons specifically cover:

• Identifying and working with inequalities
• Solving absolute value inequalities
• Graphing equations in slope-intercept and standard forms
• Indicating 1- and 2-variable inequalities on a graph
• Using set notation
• Working with compound inequalities
• Understanding systems of inequalities

GRE quantitative reasoning problems encompass concepts from geometry, algebra, and arithmetic. Questions may be multiple-choice and incorporate more than one correct answer, or they may ask you to formulate a response to an open-ended problem and enter it as a numerical value.

7 Lessons in Chapter 23: GRE Quantitative Reasoning: Inequalities
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