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    What is the purpose of a dashed line when graphing a non-linear inequality? Give examples of graphs with and without dashed lines.

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    When graphing inequalities, you need to first look at the type of inequality symbol that you are given. There are four inequality sybols. Two of them are < and> and the other two are exactly the same with a line underneath them. These symbols are read, "less than," "greater than," "less than or equal ...

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    The purpose of a dashed line when graphing a non-linear inequality is determined. Examples of graphs with and without dashed lines are given.

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