anonymous
  • anonymous
x - 2 > 2x + 1 or -2x - 2 < -10
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anonymous
  • anonymous
x - 2 \[\le\]2x + 1 or -2x - 2 < -10
aroub
  • aroub
The second one is the correct question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
its all one line

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aroub
  • aroub
x-2<=2x+1 or -2x-2<-10 -2x+x<=2+1 -2x<-8 -x<=3 x>4 x>=-3 => x>=-3 or x>4
anonymous
  • anonymous
will you please draw a graph?
aroub
  • aroub
Sure!
aroub
  • aroub
|dw:1332350410304:dw|
aroub
  • aroub
Since its a disjunction the graph will become:
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you
anonymous
  • anonymous
how wud u graph x.2 and x-7?
anonymous
  • anonymous
x>2
anonymous
  • anonymous
x\[\le\]-7
aroub
  • aroub
|dw:1332350683557:dw|
aroub
  • aroub
Okay,
aroub
  • aroub
draw a line with the points 2 and -7
anonymous
  • anonymous
got it
aroub
  • aroub
Now, since x is greater than 2 , draw a line to the right with an 'empty' circle
aroub
  • aroub
and x is less than than or equal to -7 so you have to draw a line to the left and 'fill' the circle

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