Mathematics

Question

X<9.7 on a line graph

1 Answer

  • The inequality x < 9.7 tells us x needs to smaller than 9.7.
    A number like 5 will be fine. Because 5 < 9.
    But someone like 10 won't be fine.
    Because 9 < 10.

    Even 9.7 won't be suffice.

    Because 9.7 < 9.7 does not make sense. If it was 9.7 <= 9.7 then it would be fine.
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