conditional inequality

Conditional Inequality

An inequality that is true for some value(s) of the variable(s) and not true for others.


Example:The inequality 2x – 5 < 9 is conditional because it is only true for values of x such that x < 7. Other values of x do not satisfy the inequality.


See also

Identity, satisfy, conditional equation

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