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Because if there are two inequality eqations, you can find out which overlap if graphed.

Q: Why is graphing an inequality valuable?

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Not greatly. To graph an inequality, you start off graphing the corresponding equality. It is only then that you select one side or the other (with or without the graph itself), as the region of interest.

With the equal sign (=).

strict inequality

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because writing out all the solutions is not necessarliy a correct answer but a number line is and because graphing out also helps you get a mental image of the concept.

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The first is 2-dimensional, the second is 1-dimensional.

The first is 2-dimensional, the second is 1-dimensional.

when graphing a line you simply plot the points based on the ordered pairs and connect the dots; there you have a line. An inequality graph refers to the shaded region of the coordinate plane that does not coincide with the line, hence the term, inequality.

Not greatly. To graph an inequality, you start off graphing the corresponding equality. It is only then that you select one side or the other (with or without the graph itself), as the region of interest.

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In an inequality, you have to shade a side of a line to see show if the possible answers are greater than or equal to it

With the equal sign (=).

Whereas the procedure for a linear equality is the same, the inequality defines all of the plane on one side (or the other) of the corresponding line.

If it is <= or >=

strict inequality

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Because the question is tautological. You are asking how something is the same as that very samne thing!