Hello, Could you please explain how to solve this Inequalitie, 0< x < 5 ..-... - Thanks The symbols are both Less than including 0 and 5.
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Originally Posted by Sphinxy1994 Hello, Could you please explain how to solve this Inequalitie, 0< x < 5 ..-... - Thanks The symbols are both Less than including 0 and 5. What do you mean "solve this inequality"? Solve means to find the values that $\displaystyle x$ can take. Here you are told what values $\displaystyle x$ can take - all those between 0 and 5 inclusive.
Originally Posted by Sphinxy1994 Hello, Could you please explain how to solve this Inequalitie, 0< x < 5 ..-... - Thanks The symbols are both Less than including 0 and 5. $\displaystyle 0 \leq x \leq 5$ is a fully completed solution. It is not possible to know more accurately without more information
On a number line, solve all the possible values.
Originally Posted by Sphinxy1994 On a number line, solve all the possible values. There are still an infinite amount of solutions lying between 0 and 5. For integer values of x: $\displaystyle x = 0,1,2,3,4,5$ but these are not all the values
You HAVE shown all possible values. You have said that x can be any value between 0 and 5 inclusive. Now just draw this on a number line - use closed dots at 0 and 5.
Sorry guys, i mean how to solve this one: x + 3 > 7
Surely if $\displaystyle x + 3 > 7$ then $\displaystyle x > 4$.
oh, so you take away, if it's times its divide?
Yes, you solve a linear inequation exactly the same way as a linear equation. The only difference is that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, the inequality sign changes direction.
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