In this lesson, you'll learn how to solve and graph an inequality with variables on both sides. The first step is to get the variable on the same side, then rewrite the answer so that the variable is in front. After selecting two points to plug into the inequality, you can determine which side of the line to shade. Finally, test the final point to determine whether to fill in or leave open the circle at the end of the line.
Solving and graphing an inequality with variables on both sides
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Questions answered by this video:
How do I solve an inequality when the variable is on both sides of the equation?
How do I graph an inequality on a number line?
How do I solve z+4â¥2z?
How do I graph z+4â¥2z on a number line?
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This lesson shows how to solve an inequality that has one variable on both sides of the inequality. Then it shows how to graph the solutions of the inequality on a number line.