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These are the Transum resources related to the statement: "Solve linear and quadratic inequalities in a single variable and interpret such inequalities graphically, including inequalities with brackets and fractions. Express solutions through correct use of 'and' and 'or', or through set notation. Represent linear and quadratic inequalities such as y > x + 1 and y > ax^{2} + bx + c graphically".

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- Inequalities Check that you know what inequality signs mean and how they are used to compare two quantities. Includes negative numbers, decimals, fractions and metric measures.
- Linear Programming A selection of linear programming questions with an interactive graph plotting tool.

Here are some exam-style questions on this statement:

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*The graph of a quadratic function, \(y=f(x)\) is shown drawn accurately in the following diagram. Write down all the integer solutions of \(f(x) \le 0\).*" ... more - "
*The diagram below is a sketch of \(y = f(x)\) where \(f(x)\) is a quadratic function.*" ... more - "
*Describe the unshaded (white) region by writing down three inequalities.*" ... more - "
*On the grid below indicate the region that satisfies all three of these inequalities.*" ... more - "
*A region on a coordinate grid is described by the following three inequalities:*" ... more - "
*By shading the unwanted regions, show the region satisfied by these three inequalities.*" ... more - "
*Solve the following inequalities then explain how the whole number solutions to A and B different.*" ... more - "
*Show that you understand equations and inequalities by answering the following:*" ... more - "
*Solve \(2x^2 + 7x - 15 <0\)*" ... more

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