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# AIinequalitiesSolver

MathCrave AI inequalities solver examines and resolves various inequality equations using advanced AI algorithms and techniques. This solver has the capability to tackle a diverse range of inequality problems, such as linear inequalities, quadratic inequalities, absolute value inequalities, and even more intricate types.

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## About MathCrave AI Inequalities Solver

AI inequalities solver is designed to analyze and solve these inequalities using AI algorithms and techniques. It can handle a wide range of inequality problems, including linear inequalities, quadratic inequalities, absolute value inequalities, and more complex types. The AI-powered solver can provide step-by-step solutions, and explanations, to help users understand and solve inequalities more effectively.

#### What is Inequality?

An inequality is a mathematical statement that compares two quantities or expressions using one of the inequality symbols (<, >, ≤, ≥).

• The symbol < denotes "less than," > denotes "greater than," ≤ denotes "less than or equal to," and ≥ denotes "greater than or equal to."

• Inequalities follow similar rules to equations, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

• When adding or subtracting a number on both sides of an inequality, the inequality symbol remains the same.

• When multiplying or dividing both sides of an inequality by a positive number, the inequality symbol remains the same.

• However, when multiplying or dividing both sides of an inequality by a negative number, the inequality symbol is reversed.

### Math Problems AI Inequalities Solver Solves

• Simple rules for inequalities

• Simple inequalities

• Inequalities involving a modulus

• Inequalities involving quotients

• Inequalities involving square functions

• Quadratic inequalities

### Solving Simple Inequalities

• To solve a simple inequality, the goal is to determine the range of values that satisfy the inequality statement.

• Start by isolating the variable on one side of the inequality symbol. Similar to equations, you can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division to achieve this.

• Remember to reverse the inequality symbol if you multiply or divide both sides by a negative number.

• Once the variable is isolated, express the solution as an inequality, specifying the range of values for which the inequality holds true.

### Solving Inequalities Involving a Modulus

• A modulus refers to the absolute value of a number, often denoted by |x|.

• Inequalities involving a modulus require considering both positive and negative values of the expression within the modulus signs.

• When solving absolute value inequalities, create two separate inequalities, one with a positive modulus expression and the other with a negative modulus expression.

• Solve each inequality separately and combine the solutions to determine the full range of values that satisfy the original inequality.

### Solving Inequalities Involving Quotients

• Inequalities involving quotients often require considering both positive and negative values of the variable.

• To solve such inequalities, isolate the variable on one side of the expression.

• When dividing both sides of the inequality by a positive number, the inequality symbol remains the same.

• However, when dividing both sides by a negative number, the inequality symbol is reversed.

• After obtaining the solution, express it as an inequality, indicating the range of values for which the inequality is true.

### Solving Inequalities Involving Square Functions

• Inequalities involving square functions typically require factoring to find the critical points.

• Start by setting the inequality to zero, giving you an equation involving a square function.

• Factor the equation and find the critical points.

• Test the regions determined by the critical points to determine the solution to the inequality.

• Express the final solution as an inequality, specifying the valid range of values

### Solving Quadratic Inequalities

• Quadratic inequalities involve a quadratic expression or function and require finding the range of values that satisfy the inequality.

• Similar to solving quadratic equations, you need to set the quadratic inequality to zero and factor it.

• After factoring, you can determine the x-intercepts or critical points.

• Test the intervals determined by the critical points or use a sign chart to determine the solution.

• Express the solution as an inequality, indicating the valid range of values.

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