# SOLUTION: graph the compound inequality -7<=x<4 on a number line

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Graphs Question 51057: graph the compound inequality -7<=x<4 on a number lineAnswer by junior403(76)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Graph the inequality this reads that a number (x) is greater than or equal to -7 at the same time that it is less than 4. This is how it would be plotted on a number line. Where the RED dot marks the -7 you would insert a [ "left bracket" to indicate that x is greater than or equal to -7. Where the GREEN dot marks the 4 you would insert a ) "right parenthesis" to indicate that x is less than 4. your solution set would be... [-7, 4) I hope this helps. Good Luck!