anonymous
  • anonymous
1. Write the inequality for the graph. number line (1 point) x > 4 x ≥ 4 x ≤ 4 2. Write the inequality for the graph. number line (1 point) x = –4 x > –4 x ≠ –4 3. Which number line shows the solution to x < —3? (1 point) number line number line number line 4. Which number line shows the solution to m ≤ –1? (1 point) number line number line number line 5. Which number line shows the solution to y < 6? (1 point) number line number line number line 6. Which number
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eyust707
  • eyust707
For #1: The dark shaded part on the line represents x, Are all the numbers greater than 4 shaded?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you still need help hun?
anonymous
  • anonymous
For # 1, your answer is x>4 For #2, it's the last one, x cannont = 4 for #3, it's the first graph For # 4, it's the second graph For #5, it's the second graph For #6, it's the first graph For #7, it's the second graph For # 8, it's the last graph.

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