Example25 - x < 2. This is a true statement....

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Example 3 Graph x < 2. The graph of x = 2 is a vertical line whose points all have the x -coordinate of 2 (see Figure 5). Select a point not on the boundary, say (0,0). Substitute the x value into
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Unformatted text preview: x &lt; 2. This is a true statement. Therefore, shade in the (0,0) side of the boundary line (see Figure 6). Figure 5. Dashed graph of x = 2. Figure 6. x less than 2 is shaded....
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Example25 - x &amp;amp;lt; 2. This is a true statement....

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