# Ch 11: SBA Math - Grade 7: Inequalities

Students will receive the preparation from this chapter to address a variety of problems involving inequalities that could appear on the SBA Math Grade 7 assessments. Short video lessons break down the material clearly and effectively.

## SBA Math - Grade 7: Inequalities - Chapter Summary

Part of this chapter's content is directed toward graphing inequalities, including ones with multiple variables. Students also will become well-acquainted with the following to help in getting ready for possible SBA Math items:

• Graphing inequalities with one and two variables
• How to figure out one-step and two-step linear inequalities
• Addressing problems that deal with absolute value inequalities
• Compound inequalities and related notation types

Students can view the fun video lessons on a computer or one of numerous mobile devices. If a student would like to revisit any certain segments, he or she can do so with ease by using the video tags.

### SBA Math - Grade 7: Inequalities Chapter Objectives

The SBA Math Grade 7 assessments serve as indicators of how students' math skills have improved from instruction received during a school year. When students are taking one of these assessments, they will be asked questions that are mainly presented in multiple-choice format. The practice quizzes that students can complete with each lesson in this chapter will give you an idea of how they would do with similar questions on an SBA Math Grade 7 assessment.

9 Lessons in Chapter 11: SBA Math - Grade 7: Inequalities
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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