What are Compound Inequalities - Algebra 1
Saturday, August 22, 2015
What are Compound Inequalities - Algebra I
In this video you will learn about compound inequalities. A compound inequality is a combination of two or more inequalities that are joined by the word 'and' or the word 'or'. This means that there are two types of compound inequalities and therefore two different ways to graph. For an 'and' compound inequality, you have to find a solution that makes both inequalities true. For an 'or' inequality, the solution has to make one or the other true. To graph an 'and' compound inequality, the graph connects both points, whereas in an 'or compound inequality, the points take off in different directions in most questions in algebra I.