What are they?
1. Describe the graph of -1/3x < 7 2. Solve: Absolute value of (3x+4) = 7 3. Describe the graph of : Absolute value of (4x + 4) < 9
Sorry, not to good with graphs.
Can you help with #2?
3x + 4 = 7 3x = 7 - 4 3x = 3 x = 3 thats for #2
Can you help with the others?
Im not that great with graphs i dont want to give a wrong answer
Ok, well thanks for the help
1) 1. Describe the graph of -1/3x < 7. That is how the graph looks. Now try and explain it :)
Thank You!, I should have worded it better, I need help because my graphing calculator broke so I didn't have a way to graph it, could you graph #3 for me please
Yes I do, I appreciate the help, thank you so much
Wait, is 3) \[\left| (4x+4)<9 \right|\] ?
No, the parentheses were the absolute value, <9 is outside the av
Aight, forgot the absolute values. Let me just make a new
Is #1 the correct graph, it looked like it but I want to make sure
This is \[|4x+4|<9\]
Yea, the first is correct :)
Ok, thanks a bunch, Happy Holidays :)
You're welcome :) Happy Holidays!