# SOLUTION: Can you replace an equal sign with an inequality sign that would make the value a solution for both the equation and the inequality? Example 6+5&#8804;11

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Inequalities Question 285556: Can you replace an equal sign with an inequality sign that would make the value a solution for both the equation and the inequality? Example 6+5≤11Answer by Theo(3458)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!In your example, 6 + 5 <= 11 is that equation. You get 11 <= 11 which is true. It's not smaller than, but it is equal to. <= means smaller than OR equal to so the equation is valid. It does not have to be smaller than AND equal to. That is not possible.