Q: How do you know whether to use a open circle or a closed circle?

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If the inequality is > or< then it is an open circle. If it is greater than or equal to or less than or equal to, it is a closed circle.

If the value at the end is not included (< or >) then it should be an open circle. If the value at the end isincluded (Ã¢â€°Â¤ or Ã¢â€°Â¥) then it should be a closed circle.

There should be a lever somewhere on the duct near the furnace. If it is open, the lever will be parallel to the duct. If the damper is closed, it will be perpendicular to the duct.

There is not sufficient information.You need to know whether they have an open choice (name a colour) or a closed choice (which of a selection of colours), whether or not they have been primed (shown a set of traffic lights). Whether or not there are school houses that are linked to colour.There is not sufficient information.You need to know whether they have an open choice (name a colour) or a closed choice (which of a selection of colours), whether or not they have been primed (shown a set of traffic lights). Whether or not there are school houses that are linked to colour.There is not sufficient information.You need to know whether they have an open choice (name a colour) or a closed choice (which of a selection of colours), whether or not they have been primed (shown a set of traffic lights). Whether or not there are school houses that are linked to colour.There is not sufficient information.You need to know whether they have an open choice (name a colour) or a closed choice (which of a selection of colours), whether or not they have been primed (shown a set of traffic lights). Whether or not there are school houses that are linked to colour.

Either. Whether a particular number is open or closed depends on the set in question, not the specific number.

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If the inequality is > or< then it is an open circle. If it is greater than or equal to or less than or equal to, it is a closed circle.

An open or closed circle are used to graph an inequality in one variable. An open circle is used if the value at the end point is excluded from the feasible region while a closed circle is used if the value at that point is within the accepted region.

If the value at the end is not included (< or >) then it should be an open circle. If the value at the end isincluded (Ã¢â€°Â¤ or Ã¢â€°Â¥) then it should be a closed circle.

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An open circle should have a dashed circumference, a closed circle a solid one.

I dunno an who cares! we use closed circles when we include the number on which it is and if we dont want to include it then we use open circle

A closed circle is when a range of numbers also includes that number and an open circle is when a range of numbers doesn't include that number, :)

There should be a lever somewhere on the duct near the furnace. If it is open, the lever will be parallel to the duct. If the damper is closed, it will be perpendicular to the duct.

With an open circle, the number at which the circle is is NOT included in the dataset; with a closed circle it is. For example if a line is drawn on the number line between 0.5 and 1.5 with a closed circle at 0.5 and an open circle at 1.5, then it represents the numbers between 0.5 and 1.5 including 0.5 but excluding 1.5; this range is the numbers which round to 1 to the nearest whole number.

There is not sufficient information.You need to know whether they have an open choice (name a colour) or a closed choice (which of a selection of colours), whether or not they have been primed (shown a set of traffic lights). Whether or not there are school houses that are linked to colour.There is not sufficient information.You need to know whether they have an open choice (name a colour) or a closed choice (which of a selection of colours), whether or not they have been primed (shown a set of traffic lights). Whether or not there are school houses that are linked to colour.There is not sufficient information.You need to know whether they have an open choice (name a colour) or a closed choice (which of a selection of colours), whether or not they have been primed (shown a set of traffic lights). Whether or not there are school houses that are linked to colour.There is not sufficient information.You need to know whether they have an open choice (name a colour) or a closed choice (which of a selection of colours), whether or not they have been primed (shown a set of traffic lights). Whether or not there are school houses that are linked to colour.

Either. Whether a particular number is open or closed depends on the set in question, not the specific number.

yes, it is an open skill i would know bcause i play netball for magikz