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Q: How do you decide if a number is a solution to the inequality?

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Substitute the number in place of 'x' in the inequality, and see whether the statement you have then is true.

b2.1 is an expression, not an inequality.

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An algebraic equation or inequality can have a solution, an algebraic expression cannot. If substituting a number in place of a variable results in the equation or inequality being a true statement, then that number is a solution of the equation or inequality.

The answer, which may not even exist, depends on the inequality. There is, for example, no greatest solution for x > 5.

Substitute the values of the variables into the inequality. If the inequality is true then they are a solution, if not, they are not.Substitute the values of the variables into the inequality. If the inequality is true then they are a solution, if not, they are not.Substitute the values of the variables into the inequality. If the inequality is true then they are a solution, if not, they are not.Substitute the values of the variables into the inequality. If the inequality is true then they are a solution, if not, they are not.

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Solve the inequality and enter your solution as an inequality comparing the variable to the solution. -33+x<-33

There is no inequality in the question.

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