In order to decide if the number 2 satisfies the

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Question 2.Question :In order to decide if the number 2 satisfies the inequality presented in the slideshow, Checking Inequalities,which is located in the media section of Chapter 2, it must be determined if “–1 >7” is a true statement.StudentAnswer:TrueFalse
Points Received:0 of 1Comments:Question 3.Question :The presenter of example 54, The Multiplication Property of Equality: Coefficient of –1,which is located in the media section of Chapter 2, states that a way of expressing the solution of an equation is by putting the answer in
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 4.Question :The presenter of the video, Example 38, The Multiplication Property of Equality: Negative Coefficientwhich is located in the media section of Chapter 2 indicates that the solution would be negative because
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 5.Question :In the equation presented in the video, example 38, The Multiplication Property of Equality: Negative Coefficient located in the media section ofChapter 2, the presenter states both sides need to be divided by –3. This is done because in the equation –3 is being multiplied by a, and multiplication and division are oppositeoperations.
Points Received:1 of 1
Comments:1.Question :The example presented in the slideshow, Simplifying the Process,whichis located in the media section of Chapter 2, illustrates that 4x is notsubtracted from both sides because the result would be –x. Therefore, an extra step would be needed to find the solution. Being able to see ahead may help to reduce the number of steps needed to solve an equation.StudentAnswer:TrueFalse
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 2.Question :When graphing the compound inequality presented in the video, Example 34, Graphing Compound Inequalities,which is located in the media section of Chapter 2, two separate regions of the number line will be shaded.
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