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Q: Any value or values that make an equation or inequality true?

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Substitute the variable in the denominator for a value that will make the denominator have a value of 0 or an imaginary number

opposites: if it is a negative, make it a positive. if it is a positive, make it a negative absolute value: take the number without any sign. if it is negative, make it positive. if it is positive, keep it as a positive,

Leave it alone. You cannot make an inequality into an equality by multiplying both sides of the inequation by the same number. If instead of the inequality sign you are using a lesser or greater than sign, however, you will need to reverse it if you multiply both sides by the same negative number, e.g. 10>4. If you multiply both sides by -2, you need to change the > into a <, so -20<-8

4 and 5 -4 and -8

None--- Gray is a value, not a color/hue.

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

They make up the solution set.

I suggest that you:* Solve the equation for variable "y". * Make a table of values, by calculating the value of "y" for different values of "x". * Plot the points * Join them by lines

There is only one possible value and so the question does not make sense.

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

only one value will make the equation true: 2x = 5 x=5/2 x=2.5

One, the value five.

A variable like "x" can have any value. If you have a complete equation, like 9x + 12 = 100, a specific value of x will make the equation true; other values will make it false. But here, you don't have an equation, so any value will do for x.

It is the set of values for all the variables in the equation which make the equation true.

An equation is a statement, such as 2+2=4, and an inequality is an equation that does not make sense, or one that isn't true, such as 2+2=5. --------------------------------------------------- The person who answered above me is half right, half wrong. An inequality is actually NOT an equation that doesn't make sense or isn't true. An inequality has a variable in it. It's similar to an equation yet isn't exactly an equation. It compares numbers to each other. For example, a + 4 > 19. a + 4 > 19 is an inequality. They are different because an inequality doesn't have an equal sign so it can't be solved. An equation adds, subtracts, multiplies, or divides and it has an equal sign. Therefore, it can be solved. An example of an equation IS 2 + 2 = 4,14-12=2, 100/10=10, or 4x4=16.