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  • 5 years ago

3y + 5 > 2y + 1 > y - 1

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    solving 3y + 5 > 2y + 1 gives y > -4 solving 2y + 1 > y -1 gives y > -2 solving 3y + 5 > y - 1 gives y > -3 so what are you looking for> The solution for y?

  2. anonymous
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    yes

  3. anonymous
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    then I will choose y > -2 as the solution as it will satisfy all of them

  4. anonymous
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    This is an algebra problem, just so you know... The goal is to isolate Y as you would with any algebra problem. Ignore the inequality sign treat it like an equal for solving the problem. In your final answer change the equal sign for the same inequality sign that is in the original problem

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