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Another type of sentence used in algebra is called an inequality.

An inequality is used when we don't know exactly what an expression is equal to. Instead of an equals sign, we use one of these symbols:

> greater than
< less than
< less than or equal to
> greater than or equal to

Click on the sentences to translate them into inequalities.

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