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Graphing Linear Inequalities in One Variable

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Subject: Math

A linear inequality in one variable is defined as an algebraic statement that relates a linear expression (with one variable) with a constant by >, <, ≥, and ≤ sign instead of =. For example, x ≤ 5. x + 3 > − 9. a ≥ − 11. The graph of a linear inequality in one variable is a number line in which we use open circle for < and > and a closed circle for ≤ and ≥.

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Graphing Linear Inequalities in One Variable

Launch

Subject: Math

A linear inequality in one variable is defined as an algebraic statement that relates a linear expression (with one variable) with a constant by >, <, ≥, and ≤ sign instead of =. For example, x ≤ 5. x + 3 > − 9. a ≥ − 11. The graph of a linear inequality in one variable is a number line in which we use open circle for < and > and a closed circle for ≤ and ≥.

Learning Objectives

After completing this module, you will be able to:

- Define an inequality in one variable.
- Relate a linear equation with a linear inequality in one variable.
- Use different methods of graphing an inequality in one variable to find its solution.