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Choose the correct solution graph for the inequality.

negative 9 x greater than 54
A. A number line has an open circle at negative 6 and is shaded in to the left.
B. A number line has an open circle at negative 6 and is shaded in to the right.
C. A number line has a closed circle at negative 6 and is shaded in to the left.
D. A number line has a closed circle at negative 6 and is shaded in to the right.

I think either A or B since an open circle represents the greater or less than sign in the expression.

ASAP!

- lue

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  1. Cannot see the graph(s).

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  2. -9x > 54

    dividing by -9 ... x < -6

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  3. idk bro lol i have no idea wut you talking about

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  4. uh no

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  5. I'm sorry but what

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  6. FROGS. <3 <3 <3

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  7. what the heck?!

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  8. fries

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  9. What inequality is represented by this graph?

    A number line going from 1 to 9. An open circle is at 6. Everything to the left of the circle is shaded.
    x greater-than 6
    x less-than-or-equal-to 6
    x less-than 6
    x greater-than-or-equal-to 6 and the answer is
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    x less-than 6

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  10. Open circle on 4 and all numbers to the left shaded.
    Unikitty confirmed this is true.

    Hope it helps a lot lol

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  11. the answer is C: x less-than 6

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  12. what were they talking abt

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