
This describes how to solve each side of a compound inequality, then using the graphs of each part determine the interval notation for the entire compound statement.


Presents a compound inequality where both sides have to be solved for the variable first, and then shows how to graph the simplified results


This contains one example of solving an inequality as described in the title.


Shows one example of solving a iinear inequality in two steps.


This states the Multiplicative Propery of Inequality, then demonstates how it works with two examples.


A demo that only shows a one step process of adding an integer to both sides of an inequality so that the variable stands alone and we can tell what values are true for that inequality.


A demonstration of how to deal with interpreting the union and intersection of two inequalities. For a more extensive and exhaustive demo, please view the videos entitled "Understanding…


A quick demonstration of how to interpret a line graph of a compound inequality and write its algebraic form.


This presents how to graph two inequalities that are connected by either the word "or" or the word "and"


Shows how to determine the boderline separating the side of the xy graph that has true solutions from the side that does not. It is then shown how to decide whether that line should be dotted or…


Just an exercise in testing whether an ordered pair makes an inequality statement true when plugged in for the variables.


Demonstrating how to substitute several values for the variable in an inequality to see if they are valid solutions.


Translating a graph into an inequality statement.


This shows how written statments are not always written in the order that the mathematical equivalent is, so please listen to the explanation presented here.


This just describes how to translate a statement in words using the symbols for greater than, greater that or equal to, less than, and less than or equal to.


Shows how to graph an inequality that is different than the one in Part 1.
