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**If** you're not sure **if a value is a solution** to an **inequality**, you an always plug it in
and see. This tutorial shows you how to determine **if a value is a solution** to an
**inequality**.

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Week 3 DQ 2 (Version 2) - Take My Online Math Class and it has more answers
than the one below. The 1st question was **how do you know if a value** ...

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Solve **inequalities** containing absolute **values**. ... You can check these two
**solutions** in the absolute **value** equation to see **if** x = 10 and x = −20 are correct. ...
Let's apply what you **know** about solving equations that contain absolute **values**
and what you **know** about **inequalities** to solve **inequalities** that contain absolute
...

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A **solution** to an **inequality** makes that **inequality** true. Learn how to test **if** a certain
**value** of a variable makes an **inequality** true. ... I would graph it for you, but I don't
**know** how to insert a graph into this since I'm not good with computers. But later
in algebra you'll learn it or **if** you're like me and can't wait to have my questions ...

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**If** you replace the equal sign of an equation with an **inequality** sign, is there ever
a time when the same **value** will be a **solution** to both the equation and the
**inequality**? Answer: Yes, but only **if** the **inequality** sign is the "or equal" variety.
For example, given the equation x=5 , replace the equal sign with a 'greater than
or equal' ...

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Therefore, an equation is only true **if** the left-hand side expression actually does
equal the right-hand side expression. Take a look at your hands. Are they exactly
the same? It's totally normal **if** they aren't. Mostly, anyway. Um, maybe we'll come
back to this line of reasoning later. To check **if** a given **value is a solution** to an ...

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**If** the **solution** is a **solution** of the **inequality**, it WILL NOT be a **solution** of the
equation formed from the **inequality** UNLESS the **inequality** has a greater than or
equal to sign OR a less than or equal to sign, in which case, x = the same **value**
that x >=, and that **value** is the UNIQUE **solution** to the equation ...

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What **If** I Solve It, But "x" Is On The Right? No matter, just swap sides, but reverse
the sign so it still "points at" the correct **value**! Example: 12 < x + 5. **If** we subtract 5
from both sides, we get: 12 - 5 < x + 5 - 5. 7 < x. That is a **solution**! But it is normal
to put "x" on the left hand side ... ... so let us flip sides (and the **inequality** sign!):