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Which of the graphs below represents the soltuion set for d - 4 > -3?

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Answer:

Answer choice "C".

Step-by-step explanation:

In this question, we have to find the graph that fits the inequality.

First, we need to simplify the inequality.

Solve:

d - 4 > -3

Add 4 to both sides.

d > 1

Now, we can find which graph fits the inequality.

We know that the graph has to start at 1, so we can already eliminate answer choices A, B, and D.

General rule of them is that the direction of the arrow is the opposite direction of the inequality sign.

If the inequality is ">", the arrow on the graph should be pointed rightward (→)

If the inequality is "<", the arrow on the graph should be pointed leftward (←)

Since out inequality sign is ">", the arrow has to be pointing rightward, therefore making answer choice "C" the right answer.

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Rahsaan Williamson
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Answer:

it would be B

Step-by-step explanation:

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Cletus Ritchie
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answered 9 months ago