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Algebra 1-Chapter 6

Algebra 1-Chapter 6 vocabulary

on the number line, the set of points that represent all solutions of the inequality graph of an inequality
inequalities that have the same solution equivalent inequalities
two inequalities joined by "and" or "or". compound inequality
an equation that contains an absolute vale expression absolute value equation
the absolute value of the difference of x and the given value absolute deviation
an inequality that is a result of replacing the = sign in a linear equation with <,> or greater than and equal to or less than or qual to linear inequality in two vaiables
in a coordinate plane, the set of points that represent all sutions of the inequality graph of an inequality in two variabls
A statement with a mathematical sentence formed by placing one of the following symbols between two expressions: “<” (less than) “>” (greater than) “≤” (less than or equal to) “≥” (greater than or equal to) inequality
A value that, when substituted in for the variable in an inequality, results in a true statement. solution of an inequality
a number's distance from zero on the number line. absolute value
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