Think of an activity that you enjoy or are interested in. Some examples are reading, swimming, or leveling up your gaming character. Use your activity to work through the following problems: Create a scenario that leads to an inequality of the form ax + b > c. You can use any of the inequality symbols (>, ≥, <, ≤) in your inequality. For this step, just write the word problem. Write the inequality and show all work to solve the inequality. Graph the solution to your inequality on a number line. Explain what your solution means in the context of the problem.
@ASAAD123 please help me
lets do volleyball as the activity
all i need help with is number 3
please... thats all i need help with ...is the graph :)
i honestly cant think how to do this..
if i tell you the answer i got for my inequality can you graph it out for me please :) @welshfella
@Vocaloid please help him i can't do this
fine, what is your inequality?
this is my inequality and my answer.. all i need help with is number 3.. 2x+9>45 and the answer is is x>18
ok, first we draw a number line|dw:1440964395800:dw|
x>18 means we draw an open circle at 18...
then, since x > 18, we draw a number representing all numbers greater than 18|dw:1440964490667:dw| and there's your graph...
how come theres no numbers to the left of the number line
you can draw them if you want...
can you draw me the full graph please
you don't really need the negative numbers, you can just start from 0
|dw:1440964593162:dw| the negative numbers are implied
yea but i feel like ill get points off if i dont do the full graph :)
then draw them in if you want....
but to what number
it goes up by 3 each time, just follow the pattern...
it doesn't matter where you start or end because a number line goes to infinity in both directions...
so its just the same as the other side just negative?
right, just flip everything around and change the sign
ok thanks :)