How do you graph x>-13/2

- anonymous

How do you graph x>-13/2

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- geerky42

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- anonymous

It depends whether you want to graph that on a number plane or a number line.

- anonymous

Usually if it just says graph x>-13/2, then it's a on a number plane, not a number line.

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- geerky42

It can be on number line since there is only one variable. Just because the variable is x does not mean we should use number plane.
But again, you're right, it does depend.
What subject are you on? @Ben103

- geerky42

Ben103?

- anonymous

algebra 2

- anonymous

how would you graph x<-13/4

- anonymous

For you @Ben103 , it's a number line then. So @geerky42 got you covered.

- anonymous

would it be going left opened circle?

- anonymous

?

- geerky42

I think you should use number plane. Algebra 2 usually focuses on inequality, which usually have two variables. |dw:1358041581217:dw|
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- anonymous

so its a closed circle?

- anonymous

going right?

- geerky42

For number line, use open circle, for plane, use dashed line. ">" only mean greater than, so it does not include the number itself. Yes it goes right. Is it clear?

- anonymous

its closed circle no?

- anonymous

ok opened circle going right. correct?

- geerky42

I just use dot so you know it's -13/2. Just use dashed line.
If you use number line, then no, it's not closed circle, it's opened.
Which one do you use?

- geerky42

Don't use circle if you use plane. Just dashed line.

- anonymous

its x<-13/4

- anonymous

and it goes to the right correct?

- geerky42

x<-13/4 goes left.

- geerky42

< goes left, > goes right.

- anonymous

ok. And does the line start before the -4 or after it?

- anonymous

*-5 i mean.

- anonymous

In graphs, all you have to put are important features. you don't need to write a 4 or a 5. Just write -13/4. Unrelevant features does not give you extra marks.

- anonymous

-13/2*

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