Inequality is an algebraic relation that shows the value of one expression is either "not equal" or "greater than" or "less than" to another expression. Solving an inequality is similar to solving an equation. To solve inequality,we need to find all of its solutions. A solution is a number that makes the inequality statement true.
There are certain rules to solve the inequality problems.
Rule 1: Add and Subtract the same numbers on both the sides while solving.

Rule 2: Switch and change the inequality sign in same step.

Rule 3: Multiplying or dividing by same negative number on both sides changes the inequality sign.

            Multiplying or dividing by same positive number on both sides does not affect the sign.
Steps to follow while solving inequality:

Step 1: Identify the positive and negative value.

Step 2: Reverse the inequality operator if the answer is negative.

Step 3: Check that the final answer is satisfied.