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Unformatted text preview: 9.1 Compound Inequalities Oprm liq—law} ( ) <1) >j 09‘98 Cloged [..n'}'QY\/Cll Z J i The solution set of a compound inequality formed with and is the inter ,ection of the individual solution sets. A: hzlamsfi {75:222/3’11I01/H75 Am P) : él/gzl graph the solution forx + 4 > O The solution set of a compound inequality formed with or is the union of the individual solution sets. The union of two sets is the portion that is in _ either set. The portion is in at least one of the two sets, but cold be in both. ? 1' f/ ’3‘ r, l; 1 l j R: 1.12%6/13 , FLU"; 1‘ H1 23A Ll J '7“; j‘ J Solve and graph the so utIon fo ‘ Some compound inequalities that use and can be written in compact form. One side of each of the two inequalities has to be the same to write it in compact form ._ 4 % “(154330 4X "7'0 #30 S ‘th' 4 “Ba :17“ :77 “t b— 7/ X 7 3 OR 5 4 X é ‘5' {T flies/Val (3 f 6"] 1" F ' 15W bublbl-le' ##43) 3(x-—I)</a 3xw3 41% 3X 415‘ X46“ 0;; >€+§l>lo (0R) X>3 OR X>3 ...
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9.1 - 9.1 Compound Inequalities Oprm liq—law} ( )...

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