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anonymous

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solve and graph 2x<9 and 2x>-2

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  1. anonymous
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    \[2x <9\] \[x < 4,5\] (divided by 2) \[2x>-2\] \[x >-1\] (divided by 2) If you have to graph these equations, I guess you have had an other equation and its graph in which you will have to mark the domain in which this rules... (so the domain, x<4.5 (left from x=4.5) and the domain right from x=-1 (right from x=-1), which is -in fact- the domain in between -1 and 4,5)

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    that is what I had thank you

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