Q: What is an inequality for 5 and 3?

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Since there is no equation (nor inequality), there can be no answer.

iF THE QUESTION IS WRITTEN LIKE THIS: WHAT IS THE VALUE IN r IN THE INEQUALITY 5>r=3. THEN THE BEST POSSIBLE ANSWER WOULD BE...D) R<8

No, the expression 5-3-5-(3-1) evaluates to 3, not zero.

That already IS the inequality.

x+7 is greater than or equal to 2

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2 is a solution of the equation, but not if it's an inequality.

Blue is not a solution.

Find the possible values of r in the inequality 5 > r - 3.Answer: r < 8

Since there is no equation (nor inequality), there can be no answer.

iF THE QUESTION IS WRITTEN LIKE THIS: WHAT IS THE VALUE IN r IN THE INEQUALITY 5>r=3. THEN THE BEST POSSIBLE ANSWER WOULD BE...D) R<8

3 - 5? - 3 Answer is >

If you mean (x-3)(x+5) = 0 then x = 3 or x = -5

An inequality has no magnitude. A number can be greater than or equal to -5, but not an inequality.

Any inequality will work - for example, 5 is greater than 3 (5 > 3).

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No, the expression 5-3-5-(3-1) evaluates to 3, not zero.

x - 3 is not an inequality.