WRITING TWO-STEP INEQUALITIES From Word Problems Created by unique Expressions Writing two-step inequalities NAME: ______________________________________ DATE: ______________________________________________ Maze START Jada has $6. She goes to the store and buys one bottle of soda for $1.20. Write an inequality to find out how many bags of chips she can buy if each back of chips costs $0.99. (no tax) 1.75! + 12 <30 2! + 55 > 400 6! -30 ≥ 100 0.99! + 1.20 ≤ 6 ie 1.75! + 12 ≤ 30 Cameron wants to buy 6 video games, all costing the same amount. He has a $30 coupon 1.75! + 12 ≥ 30 and he can spend no more than 6! -30 ≤ 100 $100. Write an inequality to find the possible cost of each video game. w Carl has $30 to spend at the arcade. He spent $12 on food and each game costs $1.75. Write an inequality to find the most number of games Carl can play. two friends earned more than $400 selling t-shirts. They paid their parents $55 for supplies and divided the rest 2! + 55 < 400 of the money equally. Write an inequality to find possible amounts each friend earned. + 17 8 3! – 20< 60 A taxi cab costs a $2 flat fee plus $1.50 for each additional ride. Write an inequality to find out how 1.50! + 2≤ 60 many miles you can travel if you have $30 to spend on your ride. 22! + 35 ≥ 95 1.75! + 2.25 ≥ 10 Michelle has $10 to spend at the pizza parlor. She buys one slice of pepperoni pizza for $2.25. Write an inequality that shows 1.75! + 2.25 ≤ 10 how many slices of cheese pizza she can buy if each slice of cheese pizza is $1.75. © THE UNIQUE EXPRESSIONS BY MS. MAC 2019 00 3! – 20≤ 60 20 Justin wants to by shorts Rachel is buying lunch for herself and two friends. She has that cost $35 and some a coupon for $20 off the total shirts that are on sale for bill. Rachel wants to spend less $22 each. He has $95 to than $60. Write an inequality 22! + 35 ≤ 95 4! + 183 ≥ 500 spend. Write an inequality to find out the cost of each meal to find the number of shirts if they all order the same meal for lunch. he can buy. 0< 85 ! 78 2! + 55 ≥ 400 +1 3! + 20< 60 000 ! 55! + 30 < 90 2 0> Mike needs to eat less than 2000 calories in a day. He already ate 1780 calories and wants to eat a few more snacks that are 85 calories each. Write an inequality to find out how many snacks mike can eat. 85 Pr ev Mia spent $30 on supplies to make 55 cookies for a bake sale. Write an inequality to find out the price Mia should charge for the cookies, if she 55! + 30 > 90 needs a profit of more than $90. Your school plans to collect at least 500 pairs of socks for the homeless. So far 183 socks have been collected. Write an inequality to find the average number of socks the school can collect on the final 4 days to meet its goal. 4! + 183 ≤ 500 FINISH Thank you for your purchase! I truly appreciate your support by purchasing this product! If you or your students enjoyed using this product, please let me know by leaving me a review! I am a teacher just like you and I’d love to help you and your students in any way I can! If you have any feedback or would like me to create a product for you, send me an email at msmac718@gmail.com. Check out some of my other products or visit my store! “Math is something you do, not something you watch! Just like any sport or extracurricular activity, you must do math in order to get better! And just like any new activity, it’ll be hard in the beginning, but with determination it will get easier!” – Ms. Mac