# Ch 14: TACHS: Inequality Practice

Use the short video lessons in this chapter to practice working with inequalities as you study for the TACHS test in New York. Self-assessment quizzes are available to gauge your understanding of the lessons.

## TACHS: Inequality Practice - Chapter Summary

This comprehensive overview of inequalities gives you the practice you need to competently answer questions on the TACHS test. After exploring the lessons, you will be prepared to:

• Define inequality and graph 1- and 2-variable inequalities
• Analyze set notation, compound inequalities and systems of inequalities
• Practice graphing inequalities
• Solve and graph and absolute inequality
• Translate math sentences to inequalities
• Discover how to solve 1- and 2-step linear inequalities

You can tailor the lessons to meet your specific studying needs. Review them often and in any sequence you choose. If you have any questions about lesson topics, submit them to our experts.

### TACHS: Inequality Practice Chapter Objectives

The TACHS test is required of students interested in gaining admission to Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Brooklyn/Queens and the Archdiocese of New York. It consists of four sections that evaluate students' comprehension of reading, math, ability and language. For admission in a given school year, you will be required to take the exam in November of the previous year.

Review the lessons in this chapter to brush up on your knowledge of inequalities, which will prepare you for questions in the math section of the test. Self-assessment quizzes in this chapter can reinforce the lessons while giving you access to questions similar to the multiple-choice questions found on the test.

9 Lessons in Chapter 14: TACHS: Inequality Practice
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