Ch 15: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Inequalities

This chapter includes short and interesting video lessons and quizzes about inequalities that will help you practice for the questions you will see on the math section of the Michigan Merit Exam.

Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Inequalities - Chapter Summary

You might have forgotten how to identify absolute-value inequalities, but this chapter's quick video lessons will help you remember them. Take our end-of-the lesson quizzes that will test your ability to graph a system of quadratic inequalities. In all, the study materials you will use in this chapter will help you be able to answer questions about the following:

• Definition of an inequality
• Practice solving linear inequalities
• Ways of graphing 1- and 2- variable inequalities
• Set notation
• Definition of an absolute-value inequality
• Graphing an absolute-value inequality, quadratic inequalities, and system of quadratic inequalities

If you miss any of the quiz questions, you can view the parts of the videos that explain the correct answers. Entire lesson transcripts are also available if you would like to review them. All transcripts contain bold printed keywords to make you aware of concepts in which you need to focus. Our instructors and experts are happy to answer any of your questions.

Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Inequalities Objectives

The Michigan Merit Exam - Math Inequalities chapter relates to the Algebra and Functions math part of the Michigan Merit Exam. It is one section of the 4-part math portion of the exam. The test contains a total of approximately 25 multiple-choice math questions. You may also be asked to provide proof of your reasons for coming up with the answers to quadratic equations and demonstrate your knowledge of associated formulas.

8 Lessons in Chapter 15: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Inequalities
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