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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

solve then graph x + 9 > 2

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  1. anonymous
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    x>-7

  2. anonymous
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    thanks blair how would I graph this should I pick the -7 graph number line with the circle open at the end or circle shaded in at the end with both arrows pointing to the right

  3. anonymous
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    open circles for > or < closed circles for \[\le \ge\]

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    thanks kantalope on the graph for -7 open circle which way it the arrow pointing to the right

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    points to the right

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    ok but its x > -7 so is the circle open pointing to the right

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    yes

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    thank you

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