Welcome to your Inequalities(Study by Topics Junior Class) NAME PHONE NUMBER EMAIL 1. [ Junior school mathematics ]Find all the real numbers of n for which 1/3 (n + 1) - 1 > 1/5 (n + 4)n < 11n < -1n > 6n > 112. [ Junior school mathematics ]Solve the inequality (a - 3)(a - 4) ≤ 03 ≤ a < 43 < a < 43 ≤ a ≤ 43 < a ≤ 43. [ Junior school mathematics ]If y is a positive number, for what values of y is 4 + 3y < 10 ?1 < y < 2y < 20 < y < 20 > y > 24. [ Junior school mathematics ]If f(y) = 2y² + 9y - 35, for what range of values of y is f(y) < 0 ?-7 < y < 5/2-5 ≤ y < 7-7/2 < y ≤ 5-7 ≤ y < 55. [ Junior school mathematics ]What integral values of w satisfy the inequality-2 ≤ w < 2-2, -1, 0, 1, 2-2, -1, 0, 1-1, 0, 1-2, -1, 1, 26. [ Junior school mathematics ]Determine the range of values of q for which6 ≥ 2(q + 1) > 12q > 2 or q ≤ -72 < q ≤ 5q ≤ 2 or q > 52 > q ≥ -77. [ Junior school mathematics ]Solve the inequality 3(2y + 1) ≥ 1/3 (2y - 9)y ≤ 3/8y ≥ 5/8y ≥ -1/8y ≥ -9/88. [ Junior school mathematics ]Find the real numbers n satisfying n(3/n + n) > 2n > -1n > 2n < 1All real numbers9. [ Junior school mathematics ]Find the range of values of y for which satisfies the inequality-2 + y < -y ≤ 4y - 10y < 1 or y ≥ 21 < y ≤ 2y > -3 or y < 58 < y ≤ 910. [ Junior school mathematics ]If a and b are two positive numbers such that a > 2b, then the following are true except-a > -2b-a < -2b-a² < -2b²-b < -2a11. [ Junior school mathematics ]Solve the inequality4x + 1 ≥ 5x - 3x ≥ -4x ≥ 4x < 4x ≤ 412. [ Junior school mathematics ]The integral values of z which satisfy the inequality -1 < 2z - 5 ≤ 5 are3, 4, 52, 3, 42, 52, 3, 4, 513. [ Junior school mathematics ]Solve the inequality5x + 1 ≤ 9x - 5x ≥ -3/2x > -3/2x ≥ 3/2x < 3/214. [ Junior school mathematics ]Solve the inequality 12y² < y + 1Add description here!-1/3 < y < 1/4-1/4 < y < -1/31/4 < y < 1/3-1/4 < y < 1/315. [ Junior school mathematics ]Solve the inequality3x - 2 > x + 216. [ Junior school mathematics ]Solve the inequality 3x + 3 > 9x > 4x > 6x > 2x > 317. [ Junior school mathematics ]Solve the inequality3(2y + 1) ≥ 1/3 (2y - 9)y ≥ -1/8y ≤ 3/8y ≥ -9/8y ≥ 5/818. [ Junior school mathematics ]Re-write the sentence using inequality signs.To go to a particular secondary school a student must be at least 11 years old and not up to 18 years old.11≤ S < 1811≥ S ≥ 1811< S < 1811≤ S ≤ 1819. [ Junior school mathematics ]Find the values of y satisfying the inequality y/2 - 1/3 < 2y/5 + 1/6y ≥ 5y < 5y > 15/2y < -520. [ Junior school mathematics ]The integral values of y which satisfy the inequality -1 < 5 - 2y ≤ 7 are-1, 0, 2, 30, 1, 2, 3-1, 0, 1, 2-1, 0, 1, 2, 321 out of 20Time is Up!