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Q: When the variable is on the left of the inequality symbol which inequality symbol is represented by a closed circle and a ray going to the left?

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If the inequality is > or< then it is an open circle. If it is greater than or equal to or less than or equal to, it is a closed circle.

When the value represented by the circle is part of the solution set.

If points on the circumference are excluded from the locus then an open circle, else a closed one.

a circle. A square, circle, rectangle, or triangle.

If the value at the end is not included (< or >) then it should be an open circle. If the value at the end isincluded (Ã¢â€°Â¤ or Ã¢â€°Â¥) then it should be a closed circle.

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An open or closed circle are used to graph an inequality in one variable. An open circle is used if the value at the end point is excluded from the feasible region while a closed circle is used if the value at that point is within the accepted region.

If the inequality is > or< then it is an open circle. If it is greater than or equal to or less than or equal to, it is a closed circle.

When the value indicated by the circle is a valid value for the inequality.

I dunno an who cares! we use closed circles when we include the number on which it is and if we dont want to include it then we use open circle

It means that the value represented by the circle is part of the solution set.

When the value represented by the circle is part of the solution set.

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If points on the circumference are excluded from the locus then an open circle, else a closed one.

closed figure

yes a circle is closed but is not a polygon