Examples of Inequality and Compound Inequality

Example:
Solve and graph the solution of the inequality {\text{x}}  + 3 > 4{\text{x}} + 6
Solution:
We have

\begin{gathered} {\text{x}} + 3 > 4{\text{x}} + 6 \\ \Rightarrow 3 - 6 > 4{\text{x}} - {\text{x}} \\ \Rightarrow  - 3 > 3{\text{x}} \\ \Rightarrow \frac{{ - 3}}{3} > {\text{x}} \\ \Rightarrow {\text{x}} <  - 1 \\ \end{gathered}


Thus, the solution set is
Solution Set  = \left\{ {{\text{x:x}} \in \mathbb{R}  \wedge {\text{x}} <  - 1} \right\} =  \left] { - \infty , - 1} \right[
The graph of the solution set.


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Example:
Solve and graph the solution of the inequality 11  - 2\left( {{\text{x}} - 1} \right) \geqslant 8 - 2\left( {{\text{x}} - 2}  \right).
Solution:
We have

\begin{gathered} 11  - 2\left( {{\text{x}} - 1} \right) \geqslant 8 - 2\left( {{\text{x}} - 2}  \right) \\ \Rightarrow 11 - 2{\text{x}} + 2 \geqslant 8 - 2{\text{x}} + 4 \\ \Rightarrow 13 - 2{\text{x}} \geqslant 12 - 2{\text{x}} \\ \Rightarrow 13 \geqslant 12 \\ \end{gathered}


Here equality is not possible, because 13 is always greater than 12, in 13 > 12. So, the solution of the given inequality is the set of all real numbers is \mathbb{R}.


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The solution can be written as \left]  { - \infty ,\infty } \right[

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