How To Graph Linear Inequalities In Two Variables – Basic Introduction, Algebra
How To Graph Linear Inequalities In Two Variables – Basic Introduction, Algebra

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Which compound inequality could be represented by the graph?
35 â‰¤ 3 – a â‰¤ 4
As â‰¤ x â‰¤ 4
x â‰¤ -1 or x > 0

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So I’m given a number line and I have from 0 to positive 5 and 0 to negative 5 and the whole line is shaded and I want to know which compound inequality could be represented. So the first one says X is between negative 4 and 4 so that’s not going to be it because what we would see then would be two solid circles and shading in between so that’s not it. The next is between negative 2 and negative 1 again we’d see…