How do you solve #8z-9>=-15# and graph the solution on a number line?

1 Answer

Answer:

#z>=-6/8=-3/4#

Explanation:

We perform operations on an inequality in pretty much the same way we do with an equality.

#8z-9>=-15#

#8z>=-6#

#z>=-6/8=-3/4#

And so on a number line, we draw a solid dot on #-3/4# (indicating that the solution includes all the points leading up to and including #-3/4#) and then draw a ray to the right (essentially an arrow starting at the dot and heading towards #+oo#)