Introduction to Inequalities before Solving Inequalities
For the introduction of Algebra Inequalities and the associated terminology, such as definition of inequality, inequation, domain of the variable, solution set or roots of the inequation with examples.go to
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The following Links take you to the discussion of Linear and Quadratic Inequalities and Solving Inequalities :
The link of Linear inequalities covers properties of Linear inequalities, solving the inequalities by finding the solution sets, Number of Solved Examples and Problems for Practice with Answers.
The link of Quadratic inequalities covers Formulas (with proofs) for solving of Quadratic inequalities, solving inequalities by finding the solution sets, Number of Solved Examples and Problems for Practice with Answers.
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