Suppose that you are solving an inequality. Complete the chart by indicating whether the inequality symbol should be reversed or kept by writing “ change” or “no change.”
Positive | Negative | |
Add | ||
Subtract | ||
Multiply | ||
Divide |
To complete:
The chart by indicating whether the inequality symbol should be reversed or kept by writing “ change” or “no change.”
Consider the following table,
Positive | Negative | |
Add | ||
Subtract | ||
Multiply | ||
Divide |
Operation on inequalities:
Addition:
If
Subtraction:
If
Multiplication:
1) If
2) If
Division:
1) If
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