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## How do you find the domain and range of an inequality?

You can find the range of values of x, **by solving the inequality as if it was a normal equation. (This means that when the value of x is less than 2, the inequality 4x – 5 x26lt; x + 1 is true.)**

## How do you find the domain of an inequality?

You can find the range of values of x, **by solving the inequality as if it was a normal equation. (This means that when the value of x is less than 2, the inequality 4x – 5 x26lt; x + 1 is true.)**

## How do you find the range of an inequality?

As an inequality, we would write Read as the domain of the function is **all values of x which are greater than or equal to zero. In so-called interval notation, the same function has a domain of This describes the set of values from 0 to positive infinity.**

## What is the domain in an inequality?

Domain and range mean **all possible values of x and y that could be substituted to the inequality. A solution means all possible values that make the inequality statement true.**

## What is the formula to find domain?

You can find the range of values of x, **by solving the inequality as if it was a normal equation. (This means that when the value of x is less than 2, the inequality 4x – 5 x26lt; x + 1 is true.)**

## What is the inequality range in math?

Range is the set of all y values, the dependent quantity, that will result from substituting all x values (the domain) into the function. Domain and range mean **all possible values of x and y that could be substituted to the inequality. A solution means all possible values that make the inequality statement true.**

## How do you find the inequality range on a graph?

**Overall, the steps for algebraically finding the range of a function are:**