There can be three solution sets of linear equalities. They can have one solution, or they can have no solutions or they can have infinitely many solutions. System of linear inequalities that have many or infinite solutions are called ” dependent”.
Solving single linear inequalities follow pretty much the same process for solving linear equations. We will simplify both sides, get all the terms with the variable on one side and the numbers on the other side, and then multiply/divide both sides by the coefficient of the variable to get the solution.
Example. - 3x + 2 > 5
Here, we need to subtract 2 from both sides, [ equal operation ]
3x > 3
Now, we need to divide 3 from both sides,
x > 1
In that way, we solve for a linear inequality
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