How do I Use a Number Line When Writing an Inequality?

Answer An inequality is a mathematical statement that some variable is less than, or greater than, some constant. For example, x < 6 is an inequality. A number line is a line with the integers (whole numb... Read More »

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How to Graph an Inequality on a Number Line Using a TI-83?

A number line is a rudimentary mathematical tool that illustrates numbers' ordinal relationships. Number lines also graph single-variable linear inequalities as directional lines or rays. The TI-83... Read More »

How to Put an Absolute Value Equation or Inequality on a Number Line?

Absolute value equations and inequalities add a twist to algebraic solutions, allowing the solution to be either the positive or negative value of a number. Graphing absolute value equations and in... Read More »

How to Reverse the Inequality Symbol When Multiplying?

Algebraic equations describe relationships of equality. When you solve an equation for the variable, you are finding the number that makes this statement of equality true. You should be able to plu... Read More »

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