In this video we will be doing a small introduction to inequalities. An inequality says that two values are not equal. In this video we will cover the definition of an inequality, the symbols that are used in an inequality, and how to write and compare inequalities. The symbols for inequalities are greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, and less than or equal to. In order to write an inequality, you must use at least one of these symbols. Inequalities could have more than one symbol. For more detail, please watch the following video in our algebra unit.

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Intro to Inequalities,

Introduction to Inequalities,

What are Inequalities,

How to Graphical Present Inequalities in Math,

How to write Inequalities on number line

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