# 1.3b-Activity4-Group4

- Author:
- James

To solve the inequality (x-3)^2<=0.01, we first need to graph each side of the inequality in our calculators.
(x-3)^2<=y
y<=0.01
Then we will find any critical points of the inequality by finding the points of intersection between these two graphs.
x=2.9
x=3.1
Since x=2.9 and x=3.1 are both critical values of the inequality, we need to pick three test points - one to the left of x=-2.9, one to the right of x=3.1, and one in-between x=-2.9 and x=3.1. The test point(s) that gives a "true" statement when we plug in to the inequality is the correct side to shade on.