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and Inequalities

What you should learn

Linear Equations Solve linear equations in one variable.

A linear equation in one variable x is an equation that can be written in the Solve linear inequalities in one variable.

standard form ax b 0, where a and b are real numbers with a 0. Why you should learn it

A linear equation in one variable, written in standard form, has exactly one

The method of solving linear equations is

solution. To see this, consider the following steps. (Remember that a 0.) used to determine the intercepts of the graph

ax b 0 Original equation

of a linear function.The method of solving

linear inequalities is used to determine the

ax b Subtract b from each side. domains of different functions.

b

x Divide each side by a.

a

To solve a linear equation in x, isolate x on one side of the equation by

creating a sequence of equivalent (and usually simpler) equations, each having

the same solution(s) as the original equation. The operations that yield equivalent

equations come from the Substitution Principle and the Properties of Equality.

An equation can be transformed into an equivalent equation by one or more

of the following steps.

Original Equivalent

Equation Equation

1. Remove symbols of grouping, 2x x 4 x4

combine like terms, or simplify

fractions on one or both sides

of the equation.

2. Add (or subtract) the same x16 x5

quantity to (from) each side

of the equation.

3. Multiply (or divide) each side 2x 6 x3

of the equation by the same

nonzero quantity.

4. Interchange the two sides of 2x x2

the equation.

After solving an equation, check each solution in the original equation. For

example, you can check the solution to the equation in Step 2 above as follows.

x16 Write original equation.

?

516 Substitute 5 for x.

66 Solution checks.

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a. 3x 6 0 Original equation

3x 6 Simplify.

3x 6

Divide each side by 3.

3 3

x2 Simplify.

8x 12 6 Distributive Property

8x 6 Simplify.

3

x Divide each side by 8 and simplify.

4

Now try Exercise 15.

Linear Inequalities

Solving a linear inequality in one variable is much like solving a linear equation

in one variable. To solve the inequality, you isolate the variable on one side using

transformations that produce equivalent inequalities, which have the same solu-

tion(s) as the original inequality.

An inequality can be transformed into an equivalent inequality by one or

more of the following steps.

Original Equivalent

Inequality Inequality

1. Remove symbols of grouping, 4x x 2 5x 2

combine like terms, or simplify

fractions on one or both sides

of the inequality.

2. Add (or subtract) the same x3 < 5 x < 8

number to (from) each side

of the inequality.

1

3. Multiply (or divide) each side 2x > 3 x > 6

of the inequality by the same

positive number.

4. Multiply (or divide) each side 2x 6 x 3

of the inequality by the same

negative number and reverse

the inequality symbol.

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a. x5 3 Original inequality

x 2 Simplify.

The solution is all real numbers greater than or equal to 2, which is denoted

by 2, . Check several numbers that are greater than or equal to 2 in the

original inequality.

b. 4.2m > 6.3 Original inequality

4.2m 6.3

STUDY TIP

< Divide each side by 4.2 and reverse inequality symbol.

4.2 4.2 Remember that when you

m < 1.5 Simplify.

multiply or divide by a negative

number, you must reverse the

The solution is all real numbers less than 1.5, which is denoted by inequality symbol, as shown in

, 1.5. Check several numbers that are less than 1.5 in the original Example 2(b).

inequality.

Now try Exercise 29.

Vocabulary Check

Fill in the blanks.

1. A _______ equation in one variable x is an equation that can be written in the standard form ax b 0.

2. To solve a linear inequality, isolate the variable on one side using transformations that produce _______ .

In Exercises 122, solve the equation and check your In Exercises 2344, solve the inequality and check your

solution. solution.

1. x 11 15 2. x 3 9 23. x 6 < 8 24. 3 x > 10

3. x 2 5 4. x 5 1 25. x 8 > 17 26. 3 x < 19

5. 3x 12 6. 2x 6 27. 6 x 8 28. x 10 6

4 2

x x 29. 5x > 8 30. 3 x < 4

7. 4 8. 5 3 1

5 4 31. 4x > 3 32. 6x < 2

9. 8x 7 39 10. 12x 5 43 33. 4x < 12 34. 10x > 40

11. 24 7x 3 12. 13 6x 61 35. 11x 22 36. 7x 21

13. 8x 5 3x 20 14. 7x 3 3x 17 37. x 3x 1 7

15. 2x 5 10 16. 43 x 9 38. 24x 5 3x 15

17. 2x 3 2x 2 39. 7x 12 < 4x 6

18. 8x 2 42x 4 40. 11 6x 2x 7

19. 2x 5 4x 24 0

3 1 3

41. 4x 6 x 7

4 x 2 10

3 1

20. 2x 2

42. 3 7x > x 2

21. 0.25x 0.7510 x 3 43. 3.6x 11 3.4

22. 0.60x 0.40100 x 50 44. 15.6 1.3x < 5.2

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