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Problem 256

Illustrate one (a) conditional inequality, (b) identity, and (c) inconsistent inequality.

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(a) Conditional Inequality: \(x > 4\)
(b) Identity: \(\sin^2(x) + \cos^2(x) = 1\)
(c) Inconsistent Inequality: \(x - 2 > x + 1\)

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