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solve each compund inequality -6 + 8n > or equal to -22

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  1. anonymous
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    You need to go to the side with the n and get rid of the -6 first. The way you do that is two add 6 to both sides so you have -6 + 6 + 8n >= -22 + 6 This would leave you with 8n >= -16 Then to get the n by itself you divide both sides by 8 which would give you n >=-2 which is your answer

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