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lilyan4 Group Title

how can you use addition and subtraction properties of inequality to produce equivalent properties

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  1. LolWolf Group Title
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    What do you mean? As in bind a value to an equivalence? Or...?

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    if you can use addition and subtraction properties of inequalities to make it equivalent. does that help?

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    But to make what equivalent? Like: \[ a\le b \]And with addition/subtraction properties make it: \[ a=b \]?

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    it's from my math book i don't know what it talks about

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    I mean, you can use addition and subtraction on both sided of the inequality, sure, but... I still don't get the question.

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    *sides

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