# Solving for constants

#### beattiegabriel

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I have no idea how to find the constants of an inequality equation when given the interval. Everything I have been solving is the other way around. Hoping someone can help me out.

I have no idea how to find the constants of an inequality equation when given the interval. Everything I have been solving is the other way around. Hoping someone can help me out.
Can you give us an example of what you're talking about? (This will make it easier for helpers to find online lessons to teach you whatever is the topic at hand.)

Thank you!

I have no idea how to find the constants of an inequality equation when given the interval. Everything I have been solving is the other way around. Hoping someone can help me out.
The first few pages of this document may be of use to you.

This site is also well worth a look (be sure to watch the video). ?

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Section 2 even had me confused and I know this stuff!
Seemed straightforward enough to me (but then English is my first language!) ?

(but then English is my first language!)
I thought it was druidic !!

(but then English is my first language!) ?
I'm bilingual in English and Calculus.

-Dan

I'm bilingual in English and Calculus.

-Dan
I thought "quantum" was your second language!!

Seemed straightforward enough to me (but then English is my first language!) ?
Math is my 1st language and boy can it be challenging at times.

I have no idea how to find the constants of an inequality equation when given the interval. Everything I have been solving is the other way around. Hoping someone can help me out.
I'd very much like to see what this means! An example will be very helpful.

It could just mean you're given interval notation like [imath](5, 9][/imath] and have to write the inequality [imath]5<x\le9[/imath]. But the constants are the one thing that is clearly given from the start, so that can't be what's meant.