# 10.6.1. Linear Inequalities

Write the solution set represented on the following number line:

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Choose the inequality whose solution set is represented on the following number line:

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Find the solution set of in .

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Find the solution set of in .

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Find the solution set of in .

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Find the solution set of in .

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Find the solution set of in .

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Choose the inequality whose solution set is represented on the following number line:

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Find the solution set of in .

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Write the solution set represented on the following number line:

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Given that , , and ; where and , then .

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Find the solution set of in .

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Suppose you decided to spend not more than pounds to buy a snack of peanuts and berries for your trip to the zoo with your family. Given that the price of peanuts is 73 pounds and that of berries is 52 pounds, what is the relation that defines the amounts of each that you'll buy?

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A library offers two types of notebooks; the price of the first is LE and that of the second is LE. If Ali doesn't want to spend more than LE, express a relation that shows how many notebooks he can buy.

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You decided to spend less thanLE to buy cashews and pistachios for a trip. Using the figure below, which illustrates the relation between the number of kilograms of cashews and pistachios that you can buy, find out the price of a kilogram of each.

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• CcashewsLE, pistachiosLE
• DcashewsLE, pistachiosLE
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