# Graphs the inequality on a number line solves the

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Graphs the inequality on a number line, solves the inequality, expresses the solution in interval notationGraphs the inequality on a number line, expresses the solution in interval notation, solves the inequality,
Question 41 / 1 ptsAfter viewing the video, Exercise 35 – Graphing the Solution Set (And), in the media section of Chapter 8, the presenter states multiple times:
Question 51 / 1 ptsAfter viewing the video, Exercise 35 – Graphing the Solution Set (And), in the media section of Chapter 8, the presenter first solves the inequality and then graphs it on a number line
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In looking at the example of the video in Exercise 47, The Product Rule For Radicalslocated in the media section of Chapter 9, the presenter is simplifying a radical. Which number does she state is a perfect square?
Question 21 / 1 ptsWhen looking at the problem given in the slideshow, Imaginary Solutions to Equations, located in the media section of Chapter 9, in the fourth step an i”is used into the expression. What does the character i”represent?The square root of
i
The square root of 1Correct!The square root of -1Another variable
Question 31 / 1 ptsIn the slideshow Simplifying Radicals, under media in Chapter 9, one specific condition to satisfy is to usethe product rule.
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1 / 1 ptsIn the slideshow Multiplying Radicals, under media in Chapter 9, the presenter demonstrates in part of the work what results when a radical is multiplied by itself. These radicals are:
Question 51 / 1 ptsIn the slideshow Rational Exponents, under media in Chapter 9, the presenter reduces the expression so that we can evaluate 2^3.
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