To solve linear inequalities, you will see that the process is not so difficult, but we'll take a little bit of time just to highlight the difference between inequalities and equations. We need to be very careful when we need to describe the solutions for the inequalities. A solution to an inequality is usually a range of values that will make the statement true. We can describe a range of values using inequalities, interval notation, a number line, or set builder notation. When solving inequalities, we add and multiply both its sides. However, we need to be careful when multiplying, which youll see more about in the video.
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Solving Linear Inequalities in One Variable
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