How graph inequality x < - 1/4 on the number line? The link: http://i50.tinypic.com/muzpf5.jpg

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You need to draw the number line and then you need to place the origin on this axis. You need to put the number -`1/4` to the left side of origin. You need to mark the number -`1/4` with an empty circlethat represents the fact that the value...

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You need to draw the number line and then you need to place the origin on this axis. You need to put the number -`1/4` to the left side of origin. You need to mark the number -`1/4` with an empty circlethat represents the fact that the value -`1/4` is not included in the interval of values that satisfy the inequality.

You need to place an arrow that points to the left of -`1/4` since the the values that satisfy the inequality are less than `-1/4` .

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