Equations have and can only have a = Inequalities have <, >, greater than or equal to, less than or equal to, or =
Inequalities have greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, or less than or equal to signs. Equations have an equal sign.
It is important to know several techniques for solving equations and inequalities because one may work better than another in a particular situation.
No, inequalities have more than, less then, at least, or no more than signs. Equations just have equal signs. An inequality answer can't be written as just a number it has to have a sign with it.
A system of equations is a set of equations with more than one variable dealing with the same material. If there are 2 variables, then the system must have 2 equations before it can be solved. 3 variables need 3 equations, etc.
It is a method of solving equations (or inequalities) using graphs rather than analytical methods.
Mainly, in the case of simple inequalities, you have to remember that when multiplying or dividing by a negative number, the direction of the inequality changes, for example, from greater-than to less-than or vice versa. Also, for more complicated inequalities, such as those that involve polynomials or absolute values, additional steps are required.
this means you have no more than 5 solutions in a system of equations.
A system of equations means that there are more than one equations. The answer depends on the exact function(s).
First degree equations ad inequalities in one variable are known as linear equations or linear inequalities. The one variable part means they have only one dimension. For example x=3 is the point 3 on the number line. If we write x>3 then it is all points on the number line greater than but not equal to 3.
Sometimes. Not always.