## Match the terms to their definition.1 . an open sentence of the form Ax + By + C < 0 or Ax + By + C > 0 linear inequality2 . equation

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Match the terms to their definition.1 . an open sentence of the form Ax + By + C < 0 or Ax + By + C > 0 linear inequality2 . equation containing more than one variable compound inequality3 . a statement formed by two or more inequalities literal equationan

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1 . An open sentence of the form Ax + By + C < 0 is a linear inequality.

2 . An equation containing more than one variable is a literal equation.

3 . A statement formed by two or more inequalities is a compound inequality.

Step-by-step explanation:

A linear Inequality contains one inequality sign (> or <) sign, In Ax + By + C < 0,  Ax + By + C is less than 0.

A literal equation contains more than one variable and equates to a number. An example is Ax + By = 0.

A compound inequality uses OR and AND to join two linear inequalities. When AND is used, it indicates that the values of the variables are true in both inequalities.