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hello

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  1. anonymous
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    anybody there Explain to me how to do 7B greater than -49

  2. Oaktree
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    Simple. 7b>-49, so just divide by 7 on both sides and get b>-7.

  3. anonymous
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    oaktree why do you take out the \[\ge\]

  4. Oaktree
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    Because it isn't greater than or equal to, just greater than.

  5. Oaktree
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    You can't tell if it is equal to 7 or not.

  6. anonymous
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    no but why take of the little underline from the greater thank

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