# Ch 7: HSPT Test: Solving & Graphing Inequalities

Use the material in our Solving & Graphing Inequalities chapter to help you prepare for the HSPT test. The information and practice will help you sharpen your math skills so that you can answer math questions on the test effectively.

## HSPT Test: Solving & Graphing Inequalities - Chapter Summary

Find out what inequalities are, how to work with them and why they matter as you review these lessons during your HSPT study sessions. The video lessons cover the following material:

• Inequalities and systems of inequalities
• Graphing one- and two-variable inequalities
• Compound inequalities and set notation
• Absolute value inequalities
• Writing math sentences as inequalities
• Solving one- and two-step linear inequalities

Our videos make review easy and fun. Well written and brightly presented, they give you comprehensive information in small doses so that you are never bored or overwhelmed. Each lesson has a short quiz to help you remember the material, and our instructors are available to answer questions if your need help.

### HSPT Test: Solving & Graphing Inequalities Chapter Objectives

The HSPT test is given to eighth-grade students to evaluate their knowledge and skills prior to entering specific Catholic high schools. The test covers reading, verbal, quantitative, mathematics and language skills. The lessons in this chapter are designed to help you prepare for the mathematics section of the test, which contains about 64 questions.

This is a paper-based test with 298 multiple-choice questions in all. You will need to read each question carefully, and choose the correct answer from the options given.

9 Lessons in Chapter 7: HSPT Test: Solving & Graphing Inequalities
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