anonymous
  • anonymous
Based on the graph, which inequality is correct for a number that is to the right of -3? A number line is shown from negative 8 to 8 at increments of 1. A circle is shown at negative 3. The entire portion of the number line to the right of negative 3 is shaded. 4 > −3 −3 > 4 −2 < −3 −3 < −6
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misty1212
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HI can you post a screen shot? not really clear from the description
anonymous
  • anonymous
i cant...
misty1212
  • misty1212
\[4>-3\] is the correct inequality, number line or no

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