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can somebody graph the number line of -x/3 greater than or equal to 2? using open and closed circles?

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i know i wanna see if your answer matches with wat i got
i know, I was gona draw it, ns then have one of you see if it was correct, no need to be rude!
hang on i have it

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Katlin, what did you get for your equation of your line? that is a good starting point.
First multiply both sides by 3 to get rid of the fraction.
I just have to put it on a number line using either an open or closed circle
this is what I got for an answer.
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Yes, but in order to put on a line it should be in the proper equation. Rewrite your given problem so that x is on one side.
your -6 is correct, but your inequality sign should have been switched.
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so it should be an open circle then instead of a closed circle right?
What is the difference b/w open and closed?
< or > means open circle <= or >= means closed circle
as a hint, closed is "inclusive" so if you have = to also, than it is closed. Your direction is what I was getting you to change....
correct, so then it would be an open circle right?
no closed as you had it
okay so the number line i gave u was correct right?
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yes - you just had the line going in the wrong direction.....final equation is less than or equal to so therefore your lines goes to the left
last one: how about this one? Which of the following is the correct graph of the inequality -2x < 8?
Which of the following is the correct graph of the inequality -2x < 8? this is my answer
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Absolutely correct. Great job !
hey thanks for helping me out!:)

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