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 How to Solve Inequalities Using More Than One Property?

Answer A greater-than or less-than sign defines the relationship between two sides of an inequality equation. This signifies the two sides are not equal. You use the same algebraic rules to manipulate and... Read More »
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How to Solve Inequalities With an X Square?

Solving inequalities with an x-square is much like solving an equation with an x-square. The key with inequalities is to make sure that the type of sign (less than, greater than, etc.) always makes... Read More »
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How to Solve Parentheses Inequalities?

An inequality is an equation where the equal sign has been replaced with a less-than sign, or "." When a parentheses exist in an inequality, you should follow the order of operations as with an equ... Read More »
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How to Solve Trigonometric Inequalities?

A trig inequality contains one or many trig functions of the variable arc x in the form R[f(x),g(x)...] > 0 (or < 0), in which f(x), g(x),... are trig functions of the arc x. Solving for x means fi... Read More »
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How to Solve Second-Degree Inequalities?

Inequality equations are equations where the two sides are not equal. Instead of an equal sign, either a greater-than sign, ">," or a less-than sign, "
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