This math solver enables you to solve and graph inequalities. Here are some hints on the
solver usage:

if your problem doesn't contain < or > signs, you are on the wrong page. Click on the Expressions menu item to simplify an expression or the Equation menu item to solve an equation.

if there is only one variable present, you don't have to specify it. If there is more than one, you have to tell the solver which variable to solve for.

when graphing an inequality, make sure that it is in the form y < or > ...., where the right side contains no other variable than 'x' (i.e. varible 'y' needs to be explicit).

A system of inequalities can only be solved by graphing. The default number of inequalities is 2, but you can specify more than two, if needed.

hover the mouse over the question marks for more detailed help.

if any solution steps are unclear, click on the step to see an explanation. Note that (on the graph / system tabs) 'solution steps' refer to converting inequalities to the standard (explicit) form. These steps can be found below the graph.