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how to check inequakitry problems please please help?

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inequality
Plug in an order pair and see if it makes sense.
how does that work can you give ke an example please?

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Well it's kinda hard. Can you post the inequality that you are having problems with
ok ill post one..
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@RyanL. ??
Will the inequality says that x<3.8 This means that X HAS TO BE lower than 3.8 in order to be true!
x<3.8 means x is less than 3.8
yes but what do i do to9 check them?
What do you mean by check? Do you mean graph it?
well i have to make a weird equation to check it like this {x}x≤18}
that example is the not the checking equation for the above problem
sooo confused:( i have to get this done..
Well , I am not 100 % sure, but when you check an inequality, it makes sense to substitute in a value for x. In this case, you could do 3.8. It would look like this: \[-10(3.8)\ge -38\] This is true. You might want to check this for further explanation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Aw6NO60NxU
alright thanks!
No problem! :D

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