# Chapter 6: Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value; An Introduction to Probability

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**At Grade**Created by: CK-12

This chapter moves beyond equations to the study of inequalities. Many situations have more than one correct answer. A police officer can issue a ticket for any speed exceeding the limit. A rider for the bumper boats must be less than 48 inches tall. Both these situations have many possible answers.

## Chapter Outline

- 6.1. Inequalities Using Addition and Subtraction
- 6.2. Inequalities Using Multiplication and Division
- 6.3. Multi-Step Inequalities
- 6.4. Compound Inequalities
- 6.5. Absolute Value Equations
- 6.6. Absolute Value Inequalities
- 6.7. Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
- 6.8. Theoretical and Experimental Probability
- 6.9. Chapter 6 Review
- 6.10. Chapter 6 Test

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This chapter covers operations of inequalities, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. These principles are then applied to absolute value and probability.

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## Date Created:

Feb 22, 2012## Last Modified:

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