# What are the four types of inequalities?

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## What are the four types of inequalities?

There are five systems or types of social inequality: wealth inequality, treatment and responsibility inequality, political inequality, life inequality, and membership inequality. Political inequality is the difference brought about by the ability to access governmental resources which therefore have no civic equality.

## How do you solve and/or inequalities?

To solve a compound inequality, first separate it into two inequalities. Determine whether the answer should be a union of sets (“or”) or an intersection of sets (“and”). Then, solve both inequalities and graph.

## What are the rules of inequalities?

When solving an inequality: • you can add the same quantity to each side • you can subtract the same quantity from each side • you can multiply or divide each side by the same positive quantity If you multiply or divide each side by a negative quantity, the inequality symbol must be reversed.

## Why is comparing numbers important in real life?

Comparing numbers is an important part of building a student’s number sense. Number sense is the ability for a student to recognize a number, it’s value and it’s relationship with other numbers. But once a student has this basic understanding, they are able to start learning about comparing numbers.

## What are the steps in comparing and contrasting?

5 Key Steps to Writing an Exceptional Compare and Contrast Paper

- Step 1: Choose a Compare and Contrast Paper Topic.
- Step 2: Select Similarities and Differences.
- Step 3: Find Supporting Details and Evidence.
- Step 4: Outline Your Compare and Contrast Paper.
- Step 5: Write Your Compare and Contrast Paper.

## How do we compare numbers what symbols do we use?

Checking which number is bigger or smaller is called comparing. We use comparison symbols (>, < and =) to compare numbers. TIP FOR REMEMBERING! For greater than and less than symbols, the wide open mouth of the symbol always faces the larger number.

## How do you read an inequality sign?

A closed, or shaded, circle is used to represent the inequalities greater than or equal to (≥) or less than or equal to (≤) . The point is part of the solution. An open circle is used for greater than (>) or less than (<). The point is not part of the solution.