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ok this one is simple looking to figure out if the answer would be negative or positive Y 6 - 13y ≤ 4 - 12y 6 -13y +12y ≤ 4 - 12y + 12y 6 - y ≤ 4 6 - 6 - y ≤ 4 - 6 -y ≤ -2

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i would do this in another way..
instead of adding 12y to both sides, add 13 y to both sides
6 ≤ 4 +y

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2 ≤ y or y is more than or equal to two
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sorry meant to the next level lol
well what lost me was line 3 as it should read 6-(-y) shouldnt it ?
okay let me try this step by step
6 - 13y ≤ 4 - 12y 6 -13y +13y ≤ 4 - 12y + 13y 6 ≤ 4 + y 6 - 4 ≤ y 2 ≤ y y \[\ge\] 2
ok so the entire problem was backwords i thought normal operations was to put the variable to the left with numbers on the right ok thanks i think lol
lol sorry, im pretty bad at -y>-x i am never sure if its y
raj, you did the problem right. the last step is y >= 2. when you multiply or divide by -1 in an inequality, you have to switch the direction of the inequality.
ok thank you its making a little mo anymore its been a few to many years lol been out of school for to long
if you are ever in doubt of whether you have the correct answer, you can test it by plugging in an x-value and see if the answer you got makes sense. since we got x>2, you could plug in x = 3 to the inequality and see if it is true.
y that is
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thank you for your help
no problem

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