# Thread: Inequalities with geometry

1. ## Inequalities with geometry

Write an equality for the possible values of x.

...help please... I don't know where to start, and they hardly give me any info. Which theorems do I need to find the inequality? And how do you find the inequality?

2. Originally Posted by Melancholy
Write an equality for the possible values of x.

...help please... I don't know where to start, and they hardly give me any info. Which theorems do I need to find the inequality? And how do you find the inequality?
you mean an inequality, right?

how about 0 < x < 7

why is that?

3. Originally Posted by Jhevon
you mean an inequality, right?

how about 0 < x < 7

why is that?
Yes, I meant inequality... silly me. It makes sense the inequality you stated since the vertex with 7 as it's opposite side has a "plus 1", whereas the vertex with y[degree symbol] is only y.

So, naturally, the side with the bigger angle opposite itself must be bigger.

How about finding the inequality for this here lovely?

(Excuse the bad drawing)

4. Originally Posted by Melancholy
Yes, I meant inequality... silly me. It makes sense the inequality you stated since the vertex with 7 as it's opposite side has a "plus 1", whereas the vertex with y[degree symbol] is only y.

So, naturally, the side with the bigger angle opposite itself must be bigger.

How about finding the inequality for this here lovely?

(Excuse the bad drawing)
x > 90

for pretty much the same reason as above