how do you graph this inequality
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-3 < x−1 ≤ 2
Add 1 to each of the 3 parts:
-2 < x ≤ 3
This is a single variable graph on a single number line. There is a open dot at -2 and a closed dot at 3.
I'm not sure what all the other discussion is about.
Simple problem, as I see it.
BELOW, PLEASE FIND THE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO GRAPH THIS. IT WILL REQUIRE ONE VERTICAL DOTTED LINE AT -2=x AND ONE VERTICAL SOLID, NON-DOTTED LINE AT x=3, AND YOU WILL SHADE THE AREA BETWEEN.
I would separate this into two equations...
To graph this, you will draw a vertical, dotted line at x=-2.
To graph this, you will draw a vertical, solid, non-dotted line at x=3.
You will shade the area between such lines.
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