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SWAG
 2 years ago
Solve the combined inequality and select the answer that best describes the graph of the solution.
2x + 8 < 10 or 3x  3 > 12
Open dot at 1 shaded to the left, closed dot at 4 shaded to the right
Closed dot at 1 shaded to the left, closed dot at 5 shaded to the right
Closed dot at 1 shaded to the left, closed dot at 5 shaded to the right.
None of the above
SWAG
 2 years ago
Solve the combined inequality and select the answer that best describes the graph of the solution. 2x + 8 < 10 or 3x  3 > 12 Open dot at 1 shaded to the left, closed dot at 4 shaded to the right Closed dot at 1 shaded to the left, closed dot at 5 shaded to the right Closed dot at 1 shaded to the left, closed dot at 5 shaded to the right. None of the above

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kelliegirl33
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.12x + 8 < 10 2x < 10  8 2x < 2 x < 1 3x  3 > 12 3x > 12 + 3 3x > 15 x > 5 we know that it has to be open dots because there is no equal signs. we know that x is smaller then 1 and bigger then 5. can you figure the answer out with this information ?

SWAG
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1i was testing people so u tell me

kelliegirl33
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1you know that it can't be the 2nd or 3rd one because it cannot have a closed dot. And there shouldn't be any dots on 1. So that just leaves one answer....none of the above. By the way, what are you testing people for ? Are you trying to see how well they can explain the problem ?
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