In a certain number of years from now, will Adam still be older than Bernard? Adam is older to begin with, and they are aging the same amount.
In algebraic fashion, you could represent this inequality as: The age example can help you make sense of this relationship as well: if Adam is older than Bernard now, then five years ago Adam was also older than Bernard (because Bernard was also five years younger).
This follows from the Division Property of Inequality, which states If a the value of HHC on Monday, if both stocks drop to half their value on Tuesday the value of GRC will still be greater than the value of HHC.
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It holds true for the flag as it was designed in 1777 (13 stars, 50 ≥ 13), as it looked in 1850 (30 stars, 50 ≥ 30), and how we see it today (50 stars, 50 ≥ 50).
relationships; this symbol indicates that the point on the number line is not included within the range of possible values for the inequality.
The inequality has been reversed, and AC A businesswoman is comparing the value of two stocks, Goodman Rent-a-Car (GRC) and Harris Home Construction (HHC).
On Monday, GRC is more expensive than HHC, but on Tuesday, both stocks drop to half their value.
In cases like this with more than one right answer, we use Inequalities are different than equations, although you can apply what you know about equations to help you understand inequalities.
Inequalities and equations are both math statements that compare two values.