How do you graph #x< -0.5#?

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Nov 27, 2016

Answer:

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See explanation for help.

Explanation:

You graph it on a number line. Circle -0.5 and draw a vertical line to on the point you put. On that vertical line, then draw a horizontal line towards the direction found with in the inequality given. It is saying X is smaller than -0.5 to draw the horizontal line towards the negative direction. No shading is needed.