Yes. Consider x2 â‰¥ 0
That will all depend on what the question was!
It is the solution set for that particular inequality.
We identify a set of points in the relevant space which are part of the solution set of the equation or inequality. The space may have any number of dimensions, the solution set may be contiguous or in discrete "blobs".
You replace the variable by the number, do all specified calculations, and then check whether the resulting inequality is true or false. This is basically not very different from checking a solution of an equation.
Since it is an inequality, there is no way to solve for x. It equals all real numbers.
the number 1 is the only solution. y-1 = 0 1-1 = 0 every single number except 1 is not a solution your domian would equal D=All Reals (such that y is not equal to 1)
Check all of the inequalities.
5x > -20 divide both sides by 5; x > -4 On a number line graph all real numbers to the right of -4 and use an open dot at -4 to indicate that -4 is not a solution.
x ≥ 6
We say a solution to an inequality f(x) >= g(x) , is the set of all x such that the in equality is satisfied. It will look like this: For all x >= (<=) something, the condition is satisfied. Now, write your question out. x <= 5^2 Looks like a solution to me.