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Get solutions of all questions and examples of Chapter 6 Class 11 Linear Inequalities of the NCERT Book. All questions are divided the NCERT wise - into exercises, examples and miscellaneous.

And also the Concept wise way, where you can pick a topic and start studying the questions one by one, from easy to difficult.

We have studied Linear Equations before, in this chapter we will discuss linear inequalities, where instead of the = sign, we have <, >, ≥, ≤ symbols. Like ( x + y ≤ 3)

The topics in this chapter include

- Solving Linear Inequality
- Solving Linear Inequality in the number line
- Making Linear Inequality from statements, and solving
- Solving a pair of linear inequalities
- Solving a pair of Linear Inequalities in the number line
- Making a pair of Linear Inequalities from statements, and solving
- Graphical Solution of a Linear Inequality (Like x + y > 5)
- Graphical Solution of a pair of Linear Inequalities (Like x + y > 5 and x + 2y < 3)

Check out the questions in the exercises below, or start from doing the chapter concept wise way

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Get solutions of all questions and examples of Chapter 6 Class 11 Linear Inequalities of the NCERT Book. All questions are divided the NCERT wise - into exercises, examples and miscellaneous.

And also the Concept wise way, where you can pick a topic and start studying the questions one by one, from easy to difficult.

We have studied Linear Equations before, in this chapter we will discuss linear inequalities, where instead of the = sign, we have <, >, ≥, ≤ symbols. Like ( x + y ≤ 3)

The topics in this chapter include

- Solving Linear Inequality
- Solving Linear Inequality in the number line
- Making Linear Inequality from statements, and solving
- Solving a pair of linear inequalities
- Solving a pair of Linear Inequalities in the number line
- Making a pair of Linear Inequalities from statements, and solving
- Graphical Solution of a Linear Inequality (Like x + y > 5)
- Graphical Solution of a pair of Linear Inequalities (Like x + y > 5 and x + 2y < 3)

Check out the questions in the exercises below, or start from doing the chapter concept wise way