1. x < 1 and x > -3

2. x < 4 or x > 6

1. x < 1 and x > -3

2. x < 4 or x > 6

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Because the signs include equal to signs, you will need to put filled in circles at the indicated points.

1. Mark the two points of your number line at 1 and -3. The line will go left from 1. The line will go right from 3. The overlapping area is the solution. You should draw a line connecting 1 and -3.

2. Mark the two points at 4 and 6. The line from 4 goes to the left. The line from 6 goes to the right. Since this is an "or" inequality, whatever is covered by either of these lines is correct. the only part of the number line that is
**not** shaded is the area between 4 and 6.

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