enCRInequalities Vocabulary Review10
Absolute Value Inequality: An inequality that has absolute value signs in it. to solve, two equations must be created.
Closed Circle: A circle on the number line which indicates ≤ or ≥.
Compound Inequality: Two or more inequalities that are connected by the words "and" or "or."
Inequality: An open sentence which uses the symbol ≤, ≥, ˂, ˃ to compare quantities or represent a set of numbers.
Inequality Graph: A number line or section of the coordinate system which represents a solution set.
Intersection: The graph of an inequality connected by "and." The shared solutions are found where the two graphs meet.
Open Circle: A circle on the number line indicating where to begin the graph that means ˂ or ˃.
Open Sentence: A mathematical statement representing a set of numbers.
Set Builder Notation: {x| x˃2}
Solution Set: All numbers which are solutions to the inequality.
Union: The graph of an inequality using "or." Is true is one or more of the inequalities is true.

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{x| x˃2}

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Two or more inequalities that are connected by the words "and" or "or."

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An open sentence which uses the symbol ≤, ≥, ˂, ˃ to compare quantities or represent a set of numbers.

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All numbers which are solutions to the inequality.

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The graph of an inequality connected by "and." The shared solutions are found where the two graphs meet.

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A number line or section of the coordinate system which represents a solution set.

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A mathematical statement representing a set of numbers.

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A circle on the number line which indicates ≤ or ≥.

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The graph of an inequality using "or." Is true is one or more of the inequalities is true.

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A circle on the number line indicating where to begin the graph that means ˂ or ˃.