This Algebra video tutorial explains how to solve inequalities that contain fractions and variables on both sides including absolute value function expressions. It also shows you how to plot / graph the inequality solution on a number line and how to write the solution using interval notation. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems. Here is a list of topics: 1. Graphing Inequalities on a number line 2. Solving Compound Inequalities 3. Conjunction and Disjunction 4. Writing the solution using interval notation 5. Solving Inequalities by clearing away fractions 6. Common Denominator and Least Common Multiple Technique 7. Inequalities with variables on both sides 8. Solving Inequalities Using Addition and Subtraction 9. Solving Inequalities Using Multiplication and Division 10. Solving Inequalities with absolute value expressions 11. Flipping the inequality sign
Award-winning Professor Edward Burger discusses how to solve inequalities and express their solutions in interval notation.
In this video, we explore the interval and inequality notation that is used to describe sets of numbers.
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I use the first minute and a half to go over how to read inequality signs and also how to read inequalities when variables are involved. I then cover four inequalities, the last two of which involve reversing the direction of the inequality sign.
Using Interval Notation to Express Inequalities - Example 1
Explains why the symbols look the way they do. Now you will never get your inequality pointing in the wrong direction again!
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