**If we have two values and both given values are not equal then we say that there is an inequality in both the values. Some of the conditions of an inequality are:**

Suppose we have two variables ‘u’ and ‘v’. If u ≠ v; which represents u is not equal to v, and if u < v then we say that u is less than v, and if u > v then we say that u is greater then v. when u <= v, it means u is less than equal to v. When u >= v then u is greater than equal to v.

Now we will understand how to

**Solving Inequalities**using multiplication and division? To find inequalities by multiplication and division we need to follow some steps which are shown below:
Step1: To solve inequality first of all we have to take an equation.

Step2: Remember that the inequality equation should only be defined in above symbols.

Step3: If equal sign is present in between the equation then the given equation never contain any inequality. Now we will understand it with the help of small example: (know more about Solving Inequalities, here)

Lets we have –a / 5 > 21; then solving inequalities by multiplication or division method. To solve inequality we need to follow all the above mention steps:

To find inequality first we have to take inequality, and if it has < or > signs then it is an inequality. So, the given equality can be written as:

= –a / 5 > 21,

To solve the inequality we have to multiply -5 on both sides of equation. On multiplying -5 we get:

= – a / 5 > 2,

= (-5) * -a / 5 > 21 * -5,

= 5a / 5 > -105, On further solving inequality we get:

If we divide 5 from 5 then we get 1. Now we have equation like this:

= a > -105, So it can be written as:

= a < -105. In this way we can solve inequality.

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