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Solving Compound Inequalities

Solving Compound Inequalities 1.2 - Solution

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a

We can solve the inequality by first subtracting from both sides and then dividing by

The solution set of the inequality is that is, all -values greater than or equal to

b
We solve this inequality by adding on both sides and then dividing by Since we divide with a negative we have to flip the inequality sign.
The inequality is true for meaning all -values less than or equal to