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Q: What is a inequality symbol?

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The inequality symbol.

The inequality symbol doesn't change direction in this case.Note that that is the same as adding a positive number.Note also that if you MULTIPLY or DIVIDE by a negative number, then you need to change the direction of the inequality symbol.

When your teacher comes and your not sure what the answer is.

With the equal sign (=).

Always.

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The inequality symbol for less than or equal to: ≤

No you do not.

This isn't an inequality, but a mathematical "expression". In order to have an inequality that can be solved, there must be an inequality symbol between two mathematical expressions. Nancy

When multiplying or dividing a negative number or variable.

It is a linear inequality.

When the two sides of the inequality are multiplied or divided by a negative number or term or expression.

An inequality is not a reflexive relationship.

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a statement that two quantities are unequal, indicated by the symbol I found this at http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/inequality

It is not possible to answer the question since the inequality symbol cannot be viewed.

It is not possible to answer the question since the inequality symbol cannot be viewed.

Flip it around

The inequality degenerates to an equality, with significant loss of information.

You divide as normal BUT you change the direction of the inequality symbol, so that < becomes > and conversely.

The symbol is <.

Unless it's a fancy graphing calculator, you don't. When solving an inequality, you need to solve it as an equality, remaining mindful of the proper direction of the inequality symbol after each step.

Because your multiping the inverse to both sides

Yes.

The inequality symbol which is formed by the / symbol superimposed on the equality symbol. =. Unfortunately, the browser that we are required to use will garble most symbols.