H hydride Sep 2009 51 0 May 20, 2010 #1 \(\displaystyle 2x + 5 > -3\) and \(\displaystyle 3x - 4 \leq 5\) Well this is what i have: \(\displaystyle x > -4\) and \(\displaystyle x \leq 3\) but im not sure how to graph it or put it in interval notation. Thanks for the help.(Nod)

\(\displaystyle 2x + 5 > -3\) and \(\displaystyle 3x - 4 \leq 5\) Well this is what i have: \(\displaystyle x > -4\) and \(\displaystyle x \leq 3\) but im not sure how to graph it or put it in interval notation. Thanks for the help.(Nod)

D DrDank May 2010 20 8 May 20, 2010 #2 hydride said: \(\displaystyle 2x + 5 > -3\) and \(\displaystyle 3x - 4 \leq 5\) Well this is what i have: \(\displaystyle x > -4\) and \(\displaystyle x \leq 3\) but im not sure how to graph it or put it in interval notation. Thanks for the help.(Nod) Click to expand... \(\displaystyle x-4,3]\) draw to vertical lines at x=-4 and x=3 and shad the area between them

hydride said: \(\displaystyle 2x + 5 > -3\) and \(\displaystyle 3x - 4 \leq 5\) Well this is what i have: \(\displaystyle x > -4\) and \(\displaystyle x \leq 3\) but im not sure how to graph it or put it in interval notation. Thanks for the help.(Nod) Click to expand... \(\displaystyle x-4,3]\) draw to vertical lines at x=-4 and x=3 and shad the area between them

H hydride Sep 2009 51 0 May 20, 2010 #3 Thank you so much. just wondering though. what if it said 'or' instead of 'and'?

Krizalid MHF Hall of Honor Mar 2007 3,656 1,699 Santiago, Chile May 20, 2010 #4 that'd mean that "it happens one thing, or, it happens the other thing."