Gabylovesyou 3 years ago Which of the following is not an equivalent form of the compound inequality x + 6 > 13 or x + 6 </= 11 x > 7 or x </= 5 x </= 5 or x > 7 A number line with an open circle on 7, a closed circle on 5, and shading in between. A number line with an open circle on 7, shading to the right, and a closed circle on 5, shading to the left.

1. baldymcgee6

Pick C my Lord (shrek)

2. Gabylovesyou

Why/? r u guessing??

3. baldymcgee6

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4. baldymcgee6

Filled in circle means "less than or EQUAL to" the filled in circle is the EQUAL to part...

5. baldymcgee6

C suggests to shade in between.. this is clearly incorrect.

6. baldymcgee6

Do ya get it?

7. Gabylovesyou

so its D? lol

8. baldymcgee6

Noooo.. C is the incorrect choice.

9. Gabylovesyou

ohh ok

10. baldymcgee6

All the choices but C are correct.

11. Gabylovesyou

i forgot it said NOT

12. baldymcgee6

I mean, all the choice but C are equivalent.

13. baldymcgee6

haha ya.. In this case C is the CORRECT answer, but the INCORRECT inequality.