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ok, how do u solve inequalities for example, what if i got a problem like this 3 ≥1- n >-2 --- 2

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  1. anonymous
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    u know when you times -1 to both side of an inequation, you change the direction of inequality sign right? like 1<-n so -1>n Then deal with the left part first, 3 ≥ 1-n -> 3-1 ≥ 1-n-1 2 ≥ -n 2*(-1) <= n -2 <= n 2nd part: 1-n>-2 1-n-1>-2-1 -n>-3 n<3 connect 2parts we get -2 <= n <3

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    thankx =) that was a gud example

  3. anonymous
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    I used to have the same problem when I was in middle school

  4. anonymous
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    lol im in high skoo lol im a senior trying to get my last credit in math ince i failed it, im doin math online and its harder cuz i have no teacher, well at least this my last yr and i only have 30 something more days left, then off to the navy i go

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    ok good luck then

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    thankx

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