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Q: Which graph shows the inequality x squared divided by 2 squared minus y squared divided by 2 squared greater than or equal to 1?

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This is called an inequality. If x squared is greater than or equal to 49, then x is plus or minus 7 or greater than plus 7 or less than - 7.

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It means that two expressions are not equal, as in a # b (Using "#" for inequality). A statement that includes "less than", "less than or equal", "greater than", or "greater than or equal", can also be considered an inequality, for example, | x | < 5

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