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10>-5k

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  1. anonymous
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    Solve just like regular equation. If you carry - sign over change >

  2. anonymous
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    will i divided 10 by 50 and i came up with <2k

  3. anonymous
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    10>-5k 10=-5k 10/-5=k -2<k

  4. anonymous
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    tks Thelasthorcrux so -2 is my answer after all

  5. anonymous
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    Yeaup! -2 is less than K.

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    I wish i understood this thing better

  7. anonymous
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    I have not clue really what the heck i am doing in this class

  8. anonymous
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    Well if you look at ThelastHorcrux work, the point is to get k isolated, on the side by itself; if you divide -5k by -5, the result is k which is what you want. You must now divide the other side by -5.

  9. angela210793
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    10>-5k we multiply each part of the ineq. with (-1)<0------> -10<5k k>-10/5 k>-2

  10. anonymous
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    sorry my laptop froze had to switch to the desktop

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