Algebra 2 Section 5.10 Quadratic Inequalities

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- Q1
Which set of numbers will be the solution for this inequality?

$x<2$ or $x>1$

$x<-1$ or $x>2$

$-12\; math>$

$2-1\; math>$

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Which set of numbers will be the solution for this inequality?

$x<5$ or $x<1$

$15\; math>$

$x<1$ or $x<5$

$51\; math>$

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Which of the following is likely to be the next step in solving this quadratic inequality?

Create a number line with 4 and -1, then test numbers through substitution that are less or greater than 4 and -1 for possible solutions.

Create a number line with -4 and 1, then test numbers through substitution that are less or greater than -4 and 1 for possible solutions.

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Which of the following is the correct statement for a.

$x^2+5x+6=0$

$(x-3)(x-2)$

$x^2+5x-6=0$

$(x+6)(x-1)$

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Which of the following is the correct statement for b.

$(x-6)(x-1)$

$(x-3)(x-2)$

$x^2+5x+6=0$

$(x+6)(x-1)$

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Which of the following best describes the solution in statement for c.

The solution includes all numbers less than and equal to -6 and numbers greater than and equal to 1

The solution includes all numbers less than to 6 and numbers greater than 1

$x\backslash le6$ or $x\backslash ge1$

$x<-6$ or $x>1$

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Which of the following is the solution?

$x\backslash le1$ or $x\backslash ge3$

$13\; math>$

$x<1$or $x>3$

$1\backslash le\; x\; \backslash le\; 3$

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Which of the following is the solution?

$-32\; math>$

$-3\backslash le\; x\backslash le2$

$x<-3$ or $x>2$

$x\backslash le-3$ or $x\backslash ge2$

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- Q10
Which of the following is the solution for this inequality?

$x>2$or $x<-5$

$x\backslash ge2$or $x\backslash le-5$

$-52\; math>$

$-5\backslash le\; x\; \backslash le\; 2$

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Which of the following is likely to be the next step in solving this quadratic inequality?

Create a number line with 5 and 1, then test numbers through substitution that are less or greater than 5and 1 for possible solutions.

Create a number line with -5 and -1, then test numbers through substitution that are less or greater than -5 and -1 for possible solutions.

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