Inequalities, Mathematics

I want to complete my assignment, please explain me what is Inequalities?

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An inequality or in-equation is an expression involving an inequality sign that is >, <, ≤, ≥, that is greater than, equal or less to, less than, greater or equal to the given are some examples of in-equations in variable as:

            3x + 3 >  5

            x2 - 2x - 12 < 0

There is the first example of linear in-equation and the second example of a quadratic in equation.

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