we are given an OR. A certain x-value is a solution to the statement if it satisfies *either* of the inequalities. Therefore, the solution to this statement is the *union* of the solutions of both inequalities. In other words, the entire collection of the solutions of both inequalities forms the solution of this statement.

- 11x+4<15 OR 12x-7>-25, First, you will need to solve the equation to graph the equation.
- 11x+4<15, Subtract 4 on both sides, so you will do this 11x+4-4<15-4 ----> 11x<11. the two fours cancel each other out.
- 11x<11, The final part is that you must DIVIDE each side of the equation, so 11x/11<11/11 -----> x<1
- Now do the other inequality, 12x-7<-25. ADD 7 to each side because you want to cancel out the -7.
- After you do that it should look like this -----> 12x>-18
- Finally, you will divide each side by 12 and then you reduce. 12x/12>-12/18 (Divide 12/18 by 3) -----> x>-3/2

Now, you will have to make a number line ranging from -3 to 3 (Look up a number line if you need to): <-**-3**--**-2**--**-1**--*0*--1--2--3->

Now, draw OPEN circles over 1 and -1.5 (it's in between -2 and -1) After that DRAW A LINE whichever way the greater/less than sign is facing (So like if it's facing >, then draw your line to the right, this also goes for the one facing left <.)

Lastly, you can see that the lines cross over each other and covers the whole line. Since this is an OR statement the answer is... __THE SOLUTION IS ALL VALUES OF X.__