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Q: How do you graph this inequality m plus 2 6?

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Through signs of inequality Solve each inequality Graph the solution? 2(m-3)+7<21 4(n-2)-6>18 9(x+2)>9(-3)

The graph of the inequality ( X + 7 ) < 13 is the entire infinite half of the x-y plane to the left of the vertical line ( X = 6 ), but not including the line itself.

the graph is moved down 6 units

There cannot be an answer since there is no equation or inequality. The expression can be simplified to -6f -6 or -6(f + 1)

The starting point on the y-axis changes from -2 to 6.

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Through signs of inequality Solve each inequality Graph the solution? 2(m-3)+7<21 4(n-2)-6>18 9(x+2)>9(-3)

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Through signs of inequality Solve each inequality Graph the solution? 2(m-3)+7<21 4(n-2)-6>18 9(x+2)>9(-3)

-4x + 2 = 6 -4x = 6 - 2 -4x = 4 x = 4 / -4 x = -1

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-4r+6=14 isn't an inequality, its a linear equation. Anyway... -4r+6=14 (-6) -4r=8 (/4) -r=2 (x-1) r=-2

The graph of the inequality ( X + 7 ) < 13 is the entire infinite half of the x-y plane to the left of the vertical line ( X = 6 ), but not including the line itself.

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the inequality& graph of 0<n - 1 + 6 the solution

There is no equation (nor inequality) in the question so there can be no graph - with or without an axis of symmetry.

the graph is moved down 6 units

The inequality -6 > x+5 can be rewritten -11 > x (by subtracting five from each side) or rather x < -11. To graph this on a number line, draw an open circle over the number -11 (if the inequality included "or equal to" the circle would be filled in). Then draw a line/arrow coming out of the circle over the number line. The line should only be drawn over the portion of the number line that makes the inequality true. For instance, choose a test point. When x is -20, the inequality is true: -20 < -11. So in this case, the arrow coming out of the open circle will point to the left, in the direction that the number line is getting smaller.