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Find and graph a solution set for x<5The domain is (real numbers)
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When graphing a solution for the problem X is less than 5, you should be able to draw a horizontal line and number it from 1 to 6 or so with verticle marks at each number.
Then, draw a circle around the number 5 and draw a line with an arrow at the end from 5 to 1 and beyond.
For an example of a similar problem, see the section on Inequalities at the following link...
Posted by noahvox2 on November 9, 2011 at 1:34 AM (Answer #1)
Now we must draw y=x graph and y=5 graph.
The black line shows y=x graph and red line shows y=5 graph.
What we want is x<5
We can see at (5,5) the graphs intercept each other and y=x goes top of y=5
So the answer we required is x<5;
This happens when x comes from (-) infinity to 5.
The answer is x`in` (-`oo` ,5) where x is an integer.
Posted by jeew-m on July 25, 2012 at 10:49 AM (Answer #2)
The graph for x<5 is right here:
Posted by helpalgebra on November 9, 2011 at 1:53 AM (Answer #3)
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