Learning Objectives:

__Math Tutoring on Solving and Graphing Compound Inequalities__

The **Intersections** of two sets **A **and** B** is the set of all elements that are contained in both **A **and** B.** When two or more **inequalities **are joined by **‘AND’ **it is called a **conjunction.**

The **Union** of two sets **A **and** B** is set of all elements that are contained in both **A **and** B. **When two **inequalities** are joined by **‘OR’** it is called a **disjunction.**

A **compound inequality** contains at least two **inequalities** that are separated by either **"and" **or** "or".**

The **graph** of a **compound inequality** with an** "and"** represents the intersection of the **graph** of the **inequalities.** A number is a solution to the **compound inequality** if the number is a solution to both **inequalities.** It can either be written as **x ˃, x <, < x < etc**.

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**Hook Questions:**

*1. **What is meant by a compound inequality?*

*2. **What is the difference between conjunction and disjunction?*

*3. **How do you solve and graph compound inequalities?*

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