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how do I graph this inequality
n<with line under it -5
I think its greater then or equal to

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n <= 5 (less than or equal)

So, draw the number line, put a dot at 5, and shade everything to the left. (less than)

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< direction means less than. See it looks like a weird l.

> is greater than.

If you are using a number line, you can just put a colored in circle on the -5 because it is or equal to and then show a line all the way to the left.

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