Posted by **Angel** on Friday, June 24, 2005 at 12:29am.

Regarding real-life applications, when would a linear inequality be more appropriate to use than a linear equation? Give examples to help me better thanks a lot!

When driving a car, the speed at any time should be less than or equal to the speed limit.

A check written on an account shall not esceed the account balance.

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