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SymbolMeaningGraph Greater thanOpen circle Less than or equal toClosed circle Greater than or equal toClosed circle
Lets think ……… 1,0,-1,-2,-3… What about… ½ or ? This is why we use an open circle when we graph the inequality x< 2 Is 2 less than 2?
The open circle tells us that 2 is not included
Graph x > 2 Where do we put the circle ? In which direction does the arrow go? Think…what could you plug in for x that is greater than 2?
What about x 2 ……is 2 2 Which way does the arrow go?
What about x 2 ……is 2 2 Which way does the arrow go? Where do we put the circle ?
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