A system of equations can have any number of inequalities.
A system of linear inequalities
Some can but some dont... p.s no offense your dumb xD
Mainly, in the case of simple inequalities, you have to remember that when multiplying or dividing by a negative number, the direction of the inequality changes, for example, from greater-than to less-than or vice versa. Also, for more complicated inequalities, such as those that involve polynomials or absolute values, additional steps are required.
In question and answer logic answers are given and if they fall in an area bounded by the inequality then it is a good answer. After graphing three or more inequalities the vertexes are the possible maxima of the system of equations.
Inequalities are less than, equal to, less than or equal to, or more than or equal to. Inequalities can NOT contain an equal sign.
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Compound inequalities are inequalities that have more than one sign, for example, 5
The answer depends on which properties you have in mind. And since you have not bothered to share that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.
It's pretty much always the point of a line because the soulution of the system is always an ordered pair where the two or more lines intersect
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