# Math

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For inequality number lines would a less than or = to sign mean that that it would be a closed dot or open dot?

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I finishes the math assignment but I want to make sure that I did it right.

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≤ = less than or equal to
≥ = more than or equal to

I don't know what you mean by "closed dot or open dot."

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