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9-10.

−4 is always less than or equal to 9 on the number line.

Therefore, the statement is always true.

Always true

The answer is true depending on what *x* equals.

If *x* is 1 or higher, the statement is not true.

If it is any other number, the statement is true. Therefore, it is sometimes true.

Sometimes true

Follow the reasoning in part (a).

Never true

3*x* + 5 = 2

−5 −5

3*x* = −3

If *x* is equal to −1, then the statement is true.

Any other time the statement is false.

Therefore, the statement is sometimes true.

Sometimes true

Always true

Follow the reasoning in part (a).