If the absolute value inequality is of the form where the absolute value of the difference between a variable (X) and some constant (a) is compared to another constant (b) eg |X - a| compared with b, then if the comparison is < or â‰¤, the compound inequality is a double inequality of the form c < X < d (or â‰¤), and if the comparison is > or â‰¥, the compound inequality is a disjoint inequality of the form X < c or X > d (or including the equals). In both cases, c = b - a, d = b + a (>c)
It is x + 423. There is no equation nor an inequality that can be solved for the value of x. It is simply an expression.
Any value of x that is more than 4, for example 4.000000000000001
It is when you take a variable, say x and put its value in for it. 2x+3, x=6,. You take x and make it six, so 2x6+3=12+3=15
In solving an inequality you generally use the same methods as for solving an equation. The main difference is that when you multiply or divide each side by a negative, you have to switch the direction of the inequality sign. The solution to an equation is often a single value, but the solution to an inequality is usually an infinite set of numbers, such as x>3.
a solution of inequality
Can you provide me with an inequality problem that the value is the same?
It is an equation used to anwer an absolute value inequality.
x - 3 is not an inequality.
x - 2 is an expression, not an inequality.
x + 7 = x + 7 It cannot be simplified.
There is no inequality since there is no inequality sign.
What is the inequality of: x - 4 < 6
No, because x-6 is an expression: it is not an inequality.
U do NT mention if it had a inequality,or value of x. So answer is 16x
If this is an inequality (6 is less than x, or 6 < x), then x is an integer or other value greater than 6.---The variable statement "6 less than x" is (x - 6)This is a value (variable and constant) where the value of x is determined by an equationsuch as x-6 = 4 (x is positive 2) or y = x-6 (y is 6 less than x).
It depends upon whether the inequality is strictly less than (<), or if it is less than or could be equal (≤). For example: if x < 6, x can have any value less than 6, but cannot have the value 6; but if x ≤ 6, x can have any value less than 6, but can also have the value 6. Or put another way, x = 6 is NOT a solution of x < 6, but IS a solution to x ≤ 6.
When you divide both sides by a negative value
A number is called a "solution" for an inequality if, when you plug that number into the variable, the inequality becomes true. For example, 4 is a solution to the inequality "x + 5 < 10", because when you plug in 4 for x, you get "4 + 5 < 10", which is true. (4 plus 5 is 9, which is less than 10.) On the other hand, 6 is not a solution to the inequality "x + 5 < 10", because when you plug in 6 for x, you get "6 + 5 < 10", which is false. (6 plus 5 is 11, which isn't less than 10.)
Good question.Think about lxl > 3: x can be >3 or goes with or. < goes with and.
"x equals 0" is an equality, not an inequality. The question is, therefore, not consistent.