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No, these are not inequalities that have been convicted and imprisoned inside a maximum security prison. Although some of them do have quite a rap sheet. Maybe we should keep our eyes on them. Compound inequalities are inequalities with two inequality signs and three sides to the equation, with the variable usually in the middle. Sound easy? It is!

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