Posted by robbie on Saturday, January 29, 2011 at 10:32pm.
Thanks you guys for the past help, but I am stuck on this line graphing. So can someone help in solving and graphing this compound inequality.
9x+1>= 53 or 4x+3>= 9 what would the solution {xlx>...}be.

mat/116  helper, Saturday, January 29, 2011 at 11:39pm
Try to solve these inequalities first.
Compound inequalities with 'Or', are solved separately and the solutions have 'or' between them.
Example. If the solution to the first was x < 2 and the solution for the second was x > 4, then the solution would be,
x < 2 OR x > 4.
See your 1st post below. Reiny showed you how to solve an inequality.
Post your work if you are stuck and someone will help.
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