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A system of inequalities 2020-02-01
From Isaac:
Austin has x nickels and y dimes, having a maximum of 15 coins worth a minimum of $1 combined. No more than 4 of the coins are nickels and no less than 11 of the coins are dimes. Solve this system of inequalities graphically and determine one possible solution.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Open dots and closed dots 2005-09-29
From Cynthia:
When graphing the solutions of an inequality, what is the difference between an open dot and a closed dot?
Answered by Penny.
Graphing an inequality 2005-05-02
From Janice:
I need to know how to graph inequalities. I need to know just abot everything. From graphing an equation to shading.
Answered by Leeanne Boehm.
Graphing inequalities 2005-02-15
From Melanie:
Solve and Graph the following variable inequalities:





Answered by Penny.
How do you graph these inequalities? 1996-05-17
From Robert:
How do you graph the inequalities 5+gg, and g+h>6 on one coordinate plane?
Answered by Harley Weston and Maxine Stinka.



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