7th math
posted by Shane .
I have no more than five books in my bag.
I need to write an inequality for this,
x<5 ?

x≤5
x is less than or equal to. 
I'm having a hard time remembering these inequalities. DO you know of a site on the internet for me to practice?

http://www.mathsisfun.com/equallessgreater.html
http://www.coolmath.com/algebra/algebrapracticesolving.html 
Thanks!!!

Thanks too.

You're welcome, Shane/Corey.

I just printed ine of them. 5 pages. Helpful thanks and I saved the other site.

Good idea! :)
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