Showing posts with label compound inequalities. Show all posts
Showing posts with label compound inequalities. Show all posts

Monday, November 12, 2012

Linear Inequalities (one variable)

Solve and graph the solution set. 
(I.N. stands for interval notation here.)
Instructional Video: Introduction to Interval Notation
Compound inequalities can be split up or solved in one step like the following examples.


Instructional Video: Compound Inequalities

Average Problem: Clint wishes to earn a B which is an average of at least 80 but not more than 90.  What range must he score on the fourth exam if the first three were 65, 75, and 90?
Commission Problem: Bill earns $12.00 plus $0.25 for every person he gets to register to vote. How many people must he register to earn at least $50.00 for the day?
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