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5-3x<-31i dont know how to solve problem

we are graphing inequalities, and the "<" has a line under it i just dont know how to do that on the computer 

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Cornelia M. | Math Tutor - Specializing in Algebra and GeometryMath Tutor - Specializing in Algebra and...
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Are you using MyMathLab or Course Compass as the software to do your homework? You should see a "palette" to be able to choose the open or filled-in circle. When the inequality includes the "equals to" line, you want the filled-in circle. You should be able to click it with your mouse, then click the spot on the graph. Let me know if you have any other problems/questions.

Patricia M. | Science? You Can Do This! CMT/CAPT Prep Science TeacherScience? You Can Do This! CMT/CAPT Prep ...
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The line under < means "or equal to". If you are on a computer a filled in dot on the graph means to include that value... an open dot means up to that value... so if there is a line under it like this, < , you want a solid dot. Hope that helps.