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Tell whether it is an expression, an inequality, or an equation.
Skilled2021-08-17Added 85 answers
In 6x<(x+9) the expressions 6xand(x+9) are joined with < inequality sign. It is obtained when an expression is related with another expression using the inequalities sign (<,>,≤,≥).
That means, that 6x<(x+9) is an inequality.
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