Solutions from Inequalities Assignment Day 1

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Solutions from
Inequalities
Assignment
Day 1
1. Give one definition for where a solution
would be on a graphed inequality.
2. If a point is on the line, when would it not
be a solution?
3. List three points that
would be a solution to
this inequality.
4. List three points that
would be a solution to
this inequality.
5. Would the point
(-1,1) be a solution?
Why or why not?
6. Solve for A:
12a – 6b = 24
7. Would the point (1,0)
be a solution? Why or
why not?
**Be careful with the
scale.**
8. What is the difference between a closed
circle and an open circle when you are
talking about solutions on a number line?
9.
a. Would -1 be a solution for the below number line?
b. Would -3.5 be a solution for the below number line?
10.
a. Would -6.5 be a solution for the below number line?
b. Would 0 be a solution for the below number line?
11. Which one of the below
points would be a solution for
the following graph?
A.
B.
C.
D.
(6,4)
(-4, 10)
(4,2)
(2,2)
12. Which one of the below
points would not be a solution
for the following graph?
A.
B.
C.
D.
(3,1)
(-1,3)
(-1,4)
(5,3)
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