If x is less than one, the graph will be a number line with every point less than (but not including) 1 shaded.If x is greater than one, the graph will be a number line with every point greater than (but not including) 1 shaded.
Greater than is the same as "to the right of" Less than is the same as "to the left of"
Shade to the left of the point on the number line.
If your solution comes from an equation, then you simply plot your answer on the number line. If the solution comes from an inequality, you either circle the solution, or color it in, depending on whether your inequality was < or < =. If it is <, then circle your point on the number line, and shade the line for numbers less than your solution. If it is >, circle your point on the number line, and shade the line for the numbers greater than your solution. If it is <=, repeat above, but instead of circling, shade your solution's point as well.
It depends upon the inequality. All points on the line are those which are equal, thus:If the inequality is (strictly) "less than" () then the points on the line are not included; howeverif the inequality is "less than or equals" (â‰¤) or "greater than or equals" (â‰¥) then the points on the line are included.
The number which is more to the right is greater (when the line is in its normal position).
Is -3 greater or less then +8?-3 is less than +8 because, on the number line -3 is before 0, and on the number line +8 is after 0. ( All numbers after the 0 on the number line have an invisible + sign in front of them. They are not necessary to add, and most people don't.)
it is less than 4 greater than 5
number line. Writing numbers on a number line makes it easy to see which numbers are greater or less. Negative numbers (−) Positive numbers (+) (The line goes right and left forever.) The number on the left is less than the number on the right. Examples: 5 less than 8; 5 less than 8; 5 is less than 8; 5 is less than 8; 5
> is greater than; with a line under it it is greater than or equal to < is less than; with a line under it it is less than or equal to
what is the greatest or least from the number line negative or greater
no 4 is greater than negative 2. it is on the right of negative 2 on the number line so it has to be greater.
Greater. On the number line, it is only a quarter of the distance to the left of 0.
Greater Than. Imagine a number line. 1+1/3 is most definitely greater than 1/2
the number on the right is the greater of two numbers
Fractions greater than 1 are to the right of 1 and fractions less than 1 are to its left.
If it is a 'greater than' or a 'less than' then it's a dotted line. If 'less than or equal' or if it's a 'greater than or equal' then it's a solid line.
A mixed number is either less than -1 or greater than +1.