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Q: What is a value or values that make an inequality true?

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It is the solution set for that particular inequality.

The goal is to find what value or values the variable may have, to make the equation true.

The solution of a linear inequality in two variables like Ax + By > C is an ordered pair (x, y) that produces a true statement when the values of x and y are substituted into the inequality.

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The solutions.

that would be limited to 3 and -3 for values of x

It is called the solution set.

It is the solution set for that particular inequality.

If you use a variable, or variables, with an equation, or with an inequality, it is neither true nor false until you replace the variables with specific values.

Although there are many numbers that may make an inequality true if something is greater than the other and the larger of the inequality relation is facing that side then it is true. 5>2 true 5<2 is false

When a quantity is subtracted or added from both sides of an inequality, the true difference in value is varied thereby changing the direction of the inequality, but when rather than subtracted or added it is multiplied or divided, it preserves the true difference in value thereby facing the same direction as the initial inequality.