How to Do Inequalities on Graphs?

Answer Inequalities are mathematical sentences that indicate one expression is "greater than," "greater than or equal to," "less than" or "less than or equal to" the value of another expression. They use ... Read More »

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How to Solve Inequalities & Graphs on a Number Line?

Inequalities or inequality equations are equations with a less-than sign, "," between the two sides of an equation instead of an equal sign. This said, the same basic algebraic rules apply as to ho... Read More »

What Are Bar Graphs Used for?

Bar graphs are used to compare the relationship between two variables, usually independent and dependent, over a period of time. They are especially good for showing large changes over time of the ... Read More »

How to Use Spreadsheets & Graphs?

Spreadsheets and graphs show the relationship between several pieces of information in a visual format. Spreadsheets, graphs and charts can be useful tools to track the progression or relationship ... Read More »

How Do You Do Absolute Value Graphs?

An absolute value equation is similar to a linear equation except that the calculated value of the absolute value is never negative. The absolute value represents the distance a number is from zero... Read More »