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solve using the addition and multipication principles. x/6 - 1 < less than or equal to 1/3

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    can some help me with this problem please solve using the addition and multiplication principles. x/6 - 1 < less than or equal to 1/3

  2. gw2011
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    (x/6) - 1 <= 1/3 The symbol <= means less than or equal to (this is the only way that I could write it--the proper way of writing it is < with one horizontal line under <) x - 6 <= 2 Bothe sides were multiplied by 6 to eliminate the denominator 6 x<= 8

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