# Ch 32: Solving Linear Equations & Inequalities

Use this chapter to improve your understanding of linear equations and inequalities. Take a look at definitions and examples for each. Get to know the steps to take to work out linear equations' and inequalities' solutions and learn about their graphing and modeling.

## Solving Linear Equations & Inequalities - Chapter Summary

These lessons will get you familiar with the most basic algebraic functions and how to use this knowledge in everyday life. You will examine the steps to take for problem solving and learn the order these steps must be taken to come up with the right solutions. Find out when you use a number line rather than a coordinate plane.

Learn to convert domain and range values into ordered pairs in order to build a graph. Discover how to convert survey question results into a two-way table. Other information in these lessons includes:

• A description of a linear equation
• How to use multiple steps when solving equations
• Two-step linear inequalities solutions
• Getting to know 1- and 2-variable inequality graphing
• Multistep linear inequalities and equations solutions interpretation
• Definition and examples of linear relationship
• How to model a two quantities linear relationship
• Description and use of a two-way table

A quiz that accompanies each lesson is a quick check on your comprehension of the lesson material. Use it as often as you like as part of your learning process for the information contained in this chapter.

8 Lessons in Chapter 32: Solving Linear Equations & Inequalities
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