Hi! I know that answer to this line i just need it explained. I will Medal and Fan thank you!!
Which inequality is represented by the graph?
the answer is x>-3, of course, I just need it explained! ^u^
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why do you need it explained the answer is -3
Well, I must show my 'work' to the teacher to get full credit and I've little time to do it...
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To graph an inequality of a single variable, you place an open dot on the number if the inequality sign is \(\gt\) or \(\lt\), or a closed dot on the number if the inequality sign is \(\le\) or \(\ge\). Then you darken the right side for greater than or the left side for less than.
Well I know that, I need to explain how I got the answer x>-3
In your case, the dot is open, so the inequality sign has to be < or >.
The number with the open dot is -3.
The darkened side is to the right, so it means greater than.
The inequality is x > -3