California Algebra 2, 2007

Observe the graph, solid line is drawn from – 3 to 1.

The solutions are all real numbers between –3 and 1.

The inequality is,

“Greater than or equal to and – 3” and “less than equal to 1”.

Solid dots are used. So, – 3 and 1 are included in the solution.

The compound inequality is .

The compound inequality is .

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