Hello...How would I represent "The distance from x to 6 is less than 1/2, and x cannot equal 6

- anonymous

Hello...How would I represent "The distance from x to 6 is less than 1/2, and x cannot equal 6

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- bahrom7893

x = 1/2 -6
x ≠ 6

- bahrom7893

wait sorry

- bahrom7893

6 - x < 1/2
x ≠ 6

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- bahrom7893

there's the right answer

- anonymous

Bahrom7893? Yes, can you please help me with my 5th grade math homework.

- anonymous

thanks, 6-X is absolute right? I know the equation, just dont know what to do with the x cannot equal 6 in the equation

- bahrom7893

yes

- anonymous

Bahroom7893?

- bahrom7893

and nya.bell not now, i have to write a really long essay, email it to me, ill take a look: bahrom.cfo@gmail.com

- anonymous

Sorry :(

- bahrom7893

no email it to me

- bahrom7893

i will try to get it back to u tonite

- anonymous

I can't do that.

- bahrom7893

I just have to finish this super long english essay... im in college, love math, hate english

- bahrom7893

okay post ur questions here

- anonymous

I love English!!!

- bahrom7893

okay post the math questions

- anonymous

Where?

- bahrom7893

here under this thread

- bahrom7893

and an email where i can email u the solutions.

- anonymous

Ok! Are you ready?

- bahrom7893

yeah

- bahrom7893

i will email it back in max 1 hr

- anonymous

I can't give you my e-mail because I don't know you :( Also, you can be a strange person...

- bahrom7893

WOW, i only want to help, make up a new random email then.. and if i were strange, would 38 ppl fan me?

- bahrom7893

ur choice

- bahrom7893

okay fine just post em here, i will try to reply here

- anonymous

I am scared...

- anonymous

Which one is bigger, 5 1/3 or 6.7

- bahrom7893

lol that is easy!

- bahrom7893

6.7

- anonymous

Why?

- anonymous

Explain the process...

- anonymous

Please?

- bahrom7893

Okay in first case, see the whole number, it is 5. Ignore the fraction next to it. In the second case the whole number is 6. Ignore the 0.7 next to it too. what's bigger 5 or 6?

- anonymous

6?

- bahrom7893

yeah

- anonymous

So, like 1 3/5 and 5 7/10 it would be 5 7/10?

- bahrom7893

yeah

- anonymous

Can you put it in teacher words?

- bahrom7893

how would I? im not a teacher

- bahrom7893

what do u mean teacher's words?

- anonymous

In words like for me to learn...

- bahrom7893

http://www.ehow.com/how_2320868_one-fraction-larger-another-fraction.html

- bahrom7893

sorry i don't really have time to sit here walkin you through, i really do have a lot of hw, I'm taking calc 4 mixed with diff eqns in college, gotta solve around 20 more problems there, gotta write my english paper, solve physics, read history and sociology and I'm sittin here helpin others... I should be banned from here

- bahrom7893

cuz otherwise i wouldnt leave lol

- bahrom7893

did that site help?

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