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Which inequality is true? < help please i dont understand inequalitys

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its the same as an equals sign but means something different
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what do you mean?
what is that a picture of?
y < x + 3 inequalities
the sign used doesnt change how you work stuff ...
what does this pic have to do with inequalities? it just looks like a bunch of number named angles to me
ikr thats what i have to work with it gimes me that pic and then says which inequality is true
you dont need a 100% do you?
ha yea i do i need to get a b in this class in order to play highschool soccer and i have an 80 right now this is worth 100 points so if i mis alot my grade will drop
http://library.thinkquest.org/20991/geo/tri_i.html maybe?
thank you for trying (:
... good luck with it ;)

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