me123
  • me123
solve the compound inequality 5>-3x+4 or 10≤-5x+4
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anonymous
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Does the following look about right? \[x\leq -\frac{6} {5}\|x>-\frac{1}{3} \]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Does the following look about right? \[x\leq -\frac{6} {5}\|x>-\frac{1}{3} \]
me123
  • me123
yes

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me123
  • me123
is it infinity -1/3 or -1/3 infinity
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well the result is from executing Reduce[5>-3x+4 or 10≤-5x+4,x] in Mathematica. Have not solved inequalities manually for decades. Not sure where infinity figures into this problem. Is this your question or did someone else put you up to it?
me123
  • me123
this is my question from algebra
me123
  • me123
it is multiple choice and one of the answers looks like this (00-5/6) upside down u (-1/3 -00)
me123
  • me123
the 00 are infinity signs
anonymous
  • anonymous
Looking back at the answer I would guess that -1/3 infinity is the answer because x has to be greater than -.033333 all the way to infinity if desired.
me123
  • me123
Thank you
anonymous
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Thank you.

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