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Obtain an inequality for the solution set graphed.
What changes were made to the first inequality to get the second inequality?
Solve the inequality.
–2 + 12
3 (15 + 2)
7. Then plot the graph.
+ 9. Then plot the graph.
– 5. Then plot the graph.
Solve. Sketch the solutions.
Give justification for each step.
7 + 2 +
9 – 9 +
13 – 9
Represent the phrase by two inequalities. Then plot the graph.
All real numbers less than or equal to –1.
Form an inequality for the given sentence. Then solve it.
Eleven plus a number
is greater than seventeen.
Form an inequality for the given sentence. Then sketch its graph.
Stephen is less than 6 ft. 3 in.(75 in.) tall.
What changes are made to the first inequality to get the second?
Obtain the solution of the given inequality and check the solution. Graph its solution on a number line.
7. Then plot its graph.
Find the greatest integer that satisfies the given condition.
The product of an integer and –5 is greater than –20.
The product of negative three and a number
is greater than nine.
If the area of a rectangle is greater than 175 sq.cm and the length of the rectangle is 25 cm, write an inequality for its width. Then solve it.
John is saving to buy a motorcycle that will cost at least $155. He already has saved $65. Form an inequality to obtain how much money
he will have to still save.
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