Learn the correct method for graphing inequalities on a number line. Inequalities are, simply, mathematical comparisons between numbers or expressions. Numbers and other expressions can be greater than, less than, and/or equal to other numbers or expressions. Typically, this is indicated in mathematics through the use of the lessthan (<) and greaterthan (>) signs, along with the greaterthan/lessthanorequalto signs. Using other special notations, which you will learn in this video, these comparisons can be visually demonstrated on the number line.
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