A Teacher shows us how to graph compound sentences with the word "or" in them. These graphs will have arrows pointing out in different directions. On the number line draw arrows from the numbers in your compound sentence. So for example if after solving a problem with inequalities the problem has two possible answers that it could be, you would record both of the answers that it could possibly be. For our example we will use x is greater than seven, and x is less than three. You would then draw two arrows from the number line, one coming out of seven and going to the right, and the other coming out of three and going to the left.
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