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- 1. Inequalities and their Graphs x>5 x>5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
- 2. Inequalities and their GraphsObjective: To write andgraph simple inequalities withone variable
- 3. Inequalities and their Graphs What is a good definition for Inequality?An inequality is a statement thattwo expressions are not equal 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
- 4. Inequalities and their GraphsTerms you see and need to knowto graph inequalities correctly< less than Notice open> greater than circles
- 5. Inequalities and their Graphs Terms you see and need to know to graph inequalities correctly≤ less than or equal to≥ greater than or equal to Notice colored in circles
- 6. Inequalities and their GraphsLet’s work a few together Notice: when variable is on left side, sign showsx >3 direction of solution 3
- 7. Inequalities and their GraphsLet’s work a few together Notice: when variable isx<7 on left side, sign shows direction of solution 7
- 8. Inequalities and their GraphsLet’s work a few together Notice: when variable isp ≤ −2 on left side, sign shows direction of solution -2 Color in circle
- 9. Inequalities and their GraphsLet’s work a few together Notice: when variable isx≥8 on left side, sign shows direction of solution 8Color in circle
- 10. Try this one on your own x > 12
- 11. 12
- 12. On your Owns < 12
- 13. 12
- 14. On your Ownm≥2
- 15. 2
- 16. Answer 1 through 5 b ≤ −61.
- 17. On your Own x > 102.
- 18. On your Own p > − 153.
- 19. On your Own g ≥ 254.
- 20. On your Own x < 135.
- 21. Answers: 1 through 51. 2. -6 103. 4. -15 25 5. 13
- 22. Answer 6 through 106. b ≤ -7
- 23. On your Own7. a>8
- 24. On your Own8. q ≥ -5
- 25. On your Own9. s < 14
- 26. On your Own10. m≥8
- 27. Answers: 6 through 106. 7. -7 88. 9. -5 14 10. 8
- 28. GraphingInequalitiesExcellent Job !!! Well Done

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