Section 1.2 Linear Inequalities

# Inequalities linked by or mean the solution set is a

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Unformatted text preview: r more inequalities simultaneously. Inequalities linked by or mean the solution set is a union of the individual solution sets. Inequalities linked by and mean the solution set is an intersection of the individual solution sets. Example Solve the compound inequalities. 1 x < −2 or x > 1. 2 x ≥ −5 and x ≤ −7. 3 −2x − 7 ≤ 3 and 2x ≤ 0. x 2x + < −2 or x − 3 > 2. 5 10 4 Outline Inequalities Properties of Inequalities Compound Inequalities Applications The Domain of an Expression The domain of an expression is the set of allowable values for the variables in the expression. Division by zero and even roots of negative numbers are examples of situation...
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