Inequality with No Solution

Directions: Create an inequality that has no solution.


What makes an equation have no solution?

How can you write an inequality with no solution?


There are infinitely many answers.  One possible answer is

x < x  – 1

Source: Kara Colley

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  1. 5x > 5x

    Could you also have a constraint on what x can be? ex. 1/x > x {for all x >0} is an inequality with no solution. Meaning there ARE solutions, but they are not part of the allowed domain for x.

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