Which graph on the number line represents

?`VARIABLE_NAME` `REL` `SIGN + ( INT + FRAC )`

numberLineWithArrowAndMistakes(
label, SIGN, INT, FRAC, LESS_THAN, INCLUSIVE, LINE_ERROR_TYPES, index
);

Graph `LINE_SOLUTION`

- Graph
`label`

First, draw a number line with at least a few numbers on each side of

.`SIGN + ( INT + FRAC )`

// Draw number line only
numberLineWithArrowAndMistakes(
null, SIGN, INT, FRAC, LESS_THAN, INCLUSIVE, LINE_ERROR_TYPES, CORRECT_LINE_INDEX
);
arrow.hide();
pt.hide();

Since

, draw a full circle at `VARIABLE_NAME` `REL` `SIGN + ( INT + FRAC )`

to show that the inequality includes `SIGN + ( INT + FRAC )`

.
`SIGN + ( INT + FRAC )`

Since

, draw an empty circle at `VARIABLE_NAME` `REL` `SIGN + ( INT + FRAC )`

to show that the inequality does not include `SIGN + ( INT + FRAC )`

.
`SIGN + ( INT + FRAC )`

pt.show();

Now draw an arrow to the left of the circle to include all numbers less than

.
`SIGN + ( INT + FRAC )`

Now draw an arrow to the right of the circle to include all numbers greater than

.
`SIGN + ( INT + FRAC )`

arrow.show();

This looks like it matches the arrow and circle from Graph `LINE_SOLUTION` above.

Determine the inequality represented by this graph on the number line:

numberLineWithArrowAndMistakes(
null, SIGN, INT, 0, LESS_THAN, INCLUSIVE, LINE_ERROR_TYPES, CORRECT_LINE_INDEX
);

`VARIABLE_NAME``REL`
`SIGN + INT`

The arrow is pointing to the left of

, so everything less than `SIGN + INT`

is included.
`SIGN + INT`

The arrow is pointing to the right of

, so everything greater than `SIGN + INT`

is included.
`SIGN + INT`

The circle is filled in, so

itself is also included.
`SIGN + INT`

The circle is not filled in, so

itself is not included.
`SIGN + INT`

`VARIABLE_NAME` `REL``SIGN + INT`