## anonymous 5 years ago Solve the compound inequality 6>-4x+5 or 9<-5x+2 -

1. anonymous

$6>-4x+5$ subtract 5 $1>-4x$ divide by -4 don't forget to change the 'sense' of the inequality $-\frac{1}{4}<x$ OR $9<-5x+2$ $7<-5x$ $-\frac{7}{5}>x$ answer: $x<-\frac{7}{5}$ or $x>-\frac{1}{4}$

2. anonymous

Thank you

3. anonymous

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