Students learn to solve one-step inequalities in the same way that they solve one-step equations. For example, to solve x - 2 > 14, add 2 to both sides of the inequality, to get x > 16. Next, write the answer in set notation, as {x: x > 16}. So any number greater than 16 is a solution to the inequality.

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