Inequalities Project

By: Lilly Barnett

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Inequality #1

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X > 800,000,000

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This picture shows an inequality because when it says more than, that shows you must put a greater than or equal to sign so the dot on the graph would be filled in. Also it is more that 800,000,000 people so the arrow is pointed to the right on the graph.

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Inequality #2

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x = 25

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This picture shows an inequality because when the sign says the speed limit is 25 and you are not suppose to drive over or under 25 miles per hour so the inequality is x=25.

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Inequality #3

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x > 4

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This picture represents an inequality because in the bottom left hand corner it say children 4 and older can play this game so the sign on the inequality is greater than or equal to because if you are 4 you can play it and if you are older than 4 you can still play it. Also the graph is pointing to the right because you an be older than 4 to play the game.

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Inequality #4

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x > 16

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This picture represents an inequality because in Texas you must be 16 years of age or older so when your 16 and when you are older than 16 you can still drive so x is greater than or equal to 16 year of age to drive in Texas. Also the arrow on the graph is filled to the right because you can be older than 16 to drive in Texas.

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Inequality #5

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x > 18

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The average age for citizens to vote in the united states is 18 years of age but you can still vote when you are 18 so the arrow on the graph is pointed to the right and the equation would be x > 18.