NOT a multiple choice question. This is just a "in genral" question. Can someone please explain??
What is the difference between shading the right and shading to the left? Like how do i find that out??

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- precal

you shade the true area

- precal

x>3

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x>3 x is all of the numbers that are greater than 3
3

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did that help?

- anonymous

precal iz correct

- anonymous

But what makes something as considred as "shaded to the left/right"? Like does it have to do with what sign or soemthing?

- anonymous

@precal

- anonymous

to the left of A meanz lezz than A
to the RIGHt of A meanz lezz greater than A

- anonymous

OH okay so if its less than ~then its shading to the right, and then vise versa?

- anonymous

vise versa

- anonymous

<: This symbol means “less than.” Use this to indicate that the quantity on the left side has a smaller value than the quantity on the right side. For example, the statement –2 < 7 literally means “negative 2 is less than 7.” >: If you flip the less than

- anonymous

symbol around, you get the “greater than” symbol, which means the exact opposite of the < symbol. Therefore, you could write 100 > 57.

- anonymous

GOT it. ! x > number= shading to the left x< number = shading to the right. right?

- anonymous

3 iz lezz than 5 , zo, 3 < 5
5 izz greater than 4 , zo,, 5>4

- anonymous

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- anonymous

the "mouth" openz towardz the greater number

- anonymous

Oh okay i understand that noww. lol. I just didnt realize that thats what that was called.

- anonymous

But thanks alot :)))!!!!!

- precal

you really should learn to take a number and test it, shade the true side always
because sometimes the shading is up or down and if you learn to test numbers you will always know where to shade

- precal

|dw:1360026925984:dw|here is an example

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