The graph of a compound inequality with an "and" represents the intersection of the graph of the *inequalities*. Solving linear equalities is just combining the concepts of **inequalities** and linear equations. Consider the inequality If we re __how__ to solve this, we would isolate and solve for x Then we would see that x is greater than -5, which means we would draw an open circle around -5 shade everything to the rht of -5.

## How to write inequalities for graphs

Now an inequality uses a greater than, less than symbol, and all that we have to do to graph an inequality is find the the number, '3' in this case and color in everything above or below it. The inequality already has "y" on the left and everything else on the rht, so no need to rearrange 2.

A number is a solution to the compound inequality if the number is a solution to both

inequalities.

### How to write inequalities for graphs

#### How to write inequalities for graphs

The boundary line is precisely the linear equation associated with the inequality, drawn as either a dotted or a solid line. For example, in Fure 1, the linear inequality is represented on the coordinate plane.

In addition, the half-plane involves a shaded portion of the plane either above or below the boundary line (or to the left or rht of a vertical boundary line). IF ONLY I WOULD HAVE LISTENED ESSAY A compound inequality contains at least two *inequalities* that are separated by either "and" or "or".

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