Can a Linear Equation and a Linear Inequality Be Solved in the Same Way? Explain Why and What Makes Them Different?

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It has been a while since we have talked and I wanted to fill you in on what I have been doing with myself the last few years. I have joined an organization called the CORE. The CORE stands for the Congress of Racial Equality. This group played a huge role throughout the years. they lead and participated in may events over the years and in doing so made a difference for thousands of African Americans. The reason I am telling you this is because this groups holds a place in my heart and I wanted to see if you could also help us but first let me tell you more. A racial group of young people who were students in Chicago. The founded CORE in 1942 there names were Bernice Fisher, James R Robinson, James L Farmer Jr. , Joe Guinn, George Houser and Homer jack. Some of these students I names were members of Chicago branch of the fellowship of Reconciliation. An organization to change racist attitudes. The reason the students started CORE is because there influence by Mahatma Gandhi who strongly believed in nonviolent resistance. I am not African American and have not endured the punishments they have over the years because of the color of their skin. However being a gay woman, I have endured other forms of discrimination. It is not ok to treat people differently and that is why I am reaching out to you because I know you feel the same. CORE has been very active over the years by organizing sit-ins. They traveled the country to look for activist to help them. They gathered almost all white middle class college students from primarily the Midwest. They main teaching was nonviolent action to their entire new activist. As they held sit-ins and picketed the necessary places to make there stand James Farmer became the first National Director of CORE in 1953. (In April of 1947 CORE sent eight white and eight black men into the upper South to test a Supreme Court ruling that declared segregation in interstate travel unconstitutional. CORE gained national attention for this...