Equations and Inequations
An algebraic expression is the combination of variables and constants.
An equation of the form ax + b = c, where a, b, c are real numbers with non-zero value of ‘a’ is called linear equation in one variable. The highest power of the variable in linear equation is one. An equation is a conditi
A linear inequation in the variable x can be written in any one of the following forms:
(i) ax + b < 0
(ii) ax + b > 0
(iii) ax + b ≤ 0
(iv) ax + b ≥ 0
where a and b are real numbers, a ≠ 0.
To solve an inequality, we must have a set of values out of which some may b
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