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# Write An Inequality To Match A Graph Problems

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Write an inequality to match a graph

<p>Write an inequality that describes the graph below.</p><NumberLine data-props='{ "min_scale": -5, "max_scale": 5, "interval": 1, "show_markers": true, "hash_marks_between_interval": 0, "points": [ { "id": 2, "value": 2, "show_point": true, "open_point": true, "point_color": "#000" } ], "point_arrows": [ { "start_point_id": 2, "end_point_id": null, "color": "#000" } ]}'></NumberLine >

### #2 of 8:Medium

Write an inequality to match a graph

<p>Write an inequality that describes the graph below.</p><NumberLine data-props='{ "min_scale": -5, "max_scale": 5, "interval": 1, "show_markers": true, "hash_marks_between_interval": 0, "points": [ { "id": 2, "value": 2, "show_point": true, "point_color": "#000" } ], "point_arrows": [ { "start_point_id": null, "end_point_id": 2, "color": "#000" } ]}'></NumberLine >

### #3 of 8:Medium

Write an inequality to match a graph

<p>Write an inequality that describes the graph below.</p><NumberLine data-props='{ "min_scale": -5, "max_scale": 5, "interval": 1, "show_markers": true, "hash_marks_between_interval": 0, "points": [ { "id": 0, "value": 0, "show_point": true, "point_color": "#000" } ], "point_arrows": [ { "start_point_id": null, "end_point_id": 0, "color": "#000" } ]}'></NumberLine >

### #4 of 8:Medium

Write an inequality to match a graph

<p>Write an inequality that describes the graph below.</p><NumberLine data-props='{ "min_scale": -5, "max_scale": 5, "interval": 1, "show_markers": true, "hash_marks_between_interval": 0, "points": [ { "id": -1, "value": -1, "show_point": true, "point_color": "#000" } ], "point_arrows": [ { "start_point_id": null, "end_point_id": -1, "color": "#000" } ]}'></NumberLine >

### #5 of 8:Medium

Write an inequality to match a graph

<p>Write an inequality that describes the graph below.</p><NumberLine data-props='{ "min_scale": -5, "max_scale": 5, "interval": 1, "show_markers": true, "hash_marks_between_interval": 0, "points": [ { "id": 0, "value": 0, "show_point": true, "point_color": "#000" } ], "point_arrows": [ { "start_point_id": 0, "end_point_id": null, "color": "#000" } ]}'></NumberLine >

### #6 of 8:Spicy

Write an inequality to match a graph

<p>Write an inequality that describes the graph below.</p><NumberLine data-props='{ "min_scale": 2, "max_scale": 14, "interval": 2, "show_markers": true, "hash_marks_between_interval": 1, "points": [ { "id": 9, "value": 9, "show_point": true, "point_color": "#000" } ], "point_arrows": [ { "start_point_id": null, "end_point_id": 9, "color": "#000" } ]}'></NumberLine >

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Write an inequality to match a graph

<p>Write an inequality that describes the graph below.</p><NumberLine data-props='{ "min_scale": -5, "max_scale": 5, "interval": 1, "show_markers": true, "hash_marks_between_interval": 1, "points": [ { "id": 1.5, "value": 1.5, "show_point": true, "point_color": "#000" } ], "point_arrows": [ { "start_point_id": null, "end_point_id": 1.5, "color": "#000" } ]}'></NumberLine >

### #8 of 8:Spicy

Write an inequality to match a graph

<p>Write an inequality that describes the graph below.</p><NumberLine data-props='{ "min_scale": -5, "max_scale": 5, "interval": 1, "show_markers": true, "hash_marks_between_interval": 1, "points": [ { "id": 0.5, "value": 0.5, "open_point": true, "show_point": true, "point_color": "#000" } ], "point_arrows": [ { "start_point_id": 0.5, "end_point_id": null, "color": "#000" } ]}'></NumberLine >

Any two numbers that are not equal to each other are related by the property of inequality. It can be represented by >, <, ,  and . In case of an empty circle in the graph of an inequality in one variable, we must use and > in the inequality. In the case of a filled circle in the graph of an inequality in one variable, we must use ≤ and ≥ in the inequality. In order to write an inequality to match a graph problems, we must understand the filled circle and empty circle concept which will help us in solving the mathematical problem.

Teachers should provide  inequality to match a graph problems pdf to students for better understanding of mathematical operations as it will clear the fundamental concepts of inequality for given graphs

You can also try Write An Inequality To Match A Graph Worksheet and Write An Inequality To Match A Graph Quiz as well for a better understanding of the concepts.

Any two numbers that are not equal to each other are related by the property of inequality. It can be represented by >, <, ,  and . In case of an empty circle in the graph of an inequality in one variable, we must use and > in the inequality. In the case of a filled circle in the graph of an inequality in one variable, we must use ≤ and ≥ in the inequality. In order to write an inequality to match a graph problems, we must understand the filled circle and empty circle concept which will help us in solving the mathematical problem.

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### What teachers are saying about BytelearnWhat teachers are saying  Stephen Abate
19-year math teacher
Carmel, CA
Any math teacher that I know would love to have access to ByteLearn.  Jennifer Maschino
4-year math teacher
Summerville, SC
“I love that ByteLearn helps reduce a teacher’s workload and engages students through an interactive digital interface.”  Rodolpho Loureiro
Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
“ByteLearn provides instant, customized feedback for students—a game-changer to the educational landscape.”