How do you graph #\frac{k}{-14} \le 1# on a number line?

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Jun 26, 2018

Answer:

Shown below

Explanation:

Multiply by #-14 # to isolate #k# But when you multiply by a negative numbers, the inequality sign swaps round

#=> color(red)(k >= -14 #

By multiplying both sides of the inequality

Drawing the number line below

Use full circle at #-14 # as #-14 # is included, then draw the line to all the numbers greater than #-14# , i.e. the ones above like below

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