Classify as an equation, an inequality, or an expression.

Jaya Legge 2021-08-16 Answered
Classify as an equation, an inequality, or an expression.
\(\displaystyle{7}{x}–{5}{x}{>}-{4}{x}\)

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Faiza Fuller
Answered 2021-08-17 Author has 18760 answers

In \(\displaystyle{7}{x}–{5}{x}{>}-{4}{x}\) the expressions \(\displaystyle{7}{x}–{5}{x}{\quad\text{and}\quad}-{4}{x}\) are joined with > inequality. It is obtained when an expression is related with another expression using the inequalities sign \((<, >, \le, \ge)\).
That means, that \(\displaystyle{7}{x}–{5}{x}{>}-{4}{x}\) is an inequality.

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