
How to Learn why the Inequality Sign is Reversed when Both Sides of an Inequality Problem is Multiplied by a Negative Number 
by Monev in Education 

Many students in solving Inequality Problems, wonder why the Inequality
Sign is Reversed when Both Sides of the Inequality is Multiplied or Divided
by a Negative Number. This Article will show the reason the INEQUALITY SIGN
is Reversed or changes to the opposite
direction.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need pencil
& paper On the Number Line, The Rule of Orde


The Method of Inequality 
by dfuze in Education 

Inequalities look similar to equations when written out; the primary
difference is the sign between the left and right sides of the expression.
Instead of reading "x = 2" or "y = x^2  6," both of which are equations,
inequalities might read "x > 2" (x is greater than 2) or "y < x^2 
6" (y is less than x^2 minus 6). When you graph inequalities, your results
will look somewhat different than

How to Check an Inequality 
by chanley in Education 

In algebra, you will become acquainted with the process of solving
inequalities for the first time. Once you come up with a solution, you must
also be able to check your answers by plugging in numbers in the answer
ranges that you calculate. Fortunately, the process of checking
inequalities is much like the process of checking your answers to algebraic
equations. Once you understand algebraic equa

What Is Income Inequality? 
by Pete in Business 

"The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings." Winston Churchill Income inequality is an uneven distribution of
income. It is a growing concern in the United States as the income gap
continues to increase as time goes on. Income inequality is a result of
capitalism and other factors. CapitalismThe U.S. is one of many
capitalist nations. Because the U.S. prac

What Is Social Inequality? 
by dreshyne2g in Culture & Society 

In his book "Power and Prejudice," historian Paul Lauren notes
what he calls an "impulse to inequality” in mankind, a seemingly
inborn drive for one group to set itself up over another: giving themselves
rights and privileges they deny others. Throughout history, this impulse
has caused the death and suffering of countless millions  if not billions
 of innocent people. Lea

What Is Inequality in JavaScript? 
by Tanclearas in Javascript 

One of the fundamental operations in programming is comparing values to
decide upon a course of action. This is done through examining
inequalities, or pairs (or more) of values that may or may not be equal in
value. By checking the value of variables or constants, the programmer can
tell the computer what procedure to preform, based on the values compared.
In JavaScript, as most other programming

How to Get the Reciprocal of an Inequality 
by Raghu in Education 

A reciprocal of a number is what you multiply it by to get a product of 1.
For whole numbers this can be easily found by turning the number into a
fraction under one; for example, the reciprocal of 2 is 1/2 and the
reciprocal of 36 is 1/36. To get the reciprocal of a number that is already
a fraction, just flip the fraction around; for example, the reciprocal of
4/5 is 5/4. Finding the reciprocal

What Is Wage Inequality? 
by Mansur in Personal Finance 

Although it's often said that money doesn't buy happiness, income is an
essential need to live a life free from want and to maintain a high
standard of living. Income levels vary greatly from one occupation to
another and can even vary significantly within a given occupation. Wage
inequality is the difference or gap between the incomes of different
individuals in the economy. Wage Inequality Ba

How Do We Measure Inequality in Sociology? 
by Summerfun in Culture & Society 

Sociologists study various factors that impact a society, such as wealth
and income distribution. Inequality is a condition in which the
distribution in a population of resources, such as wealth and income, are
not even. In an extreme example of such inequality, which is highly
unlikely in today's world, a single person could hold all the wealth of a
society  the distribution is skewed. Gini

Difference Between Inequality and Poverty 
by Jimmy G. in Culture & Society 

Poverty and inequality are related, but they are not the same thing.
Poverty describes a lack of money and the goods associated with money (such
as food and clean water). Inequality, on the other hand, is the fact that
some people are substantially better off than others. Poverty can be an
absolute term, while inequality is a relative one. Poverty  Social
DefinitionSince a dollar buys a diff

