Here's the question you clicked on:
mlhuyck
solve | y + 2 |> 6
Finally we have, -8>v>4
ok i give up. go ahead. but i am going to say it again anyway. there is not such thing as \[-6>blah>6\] because there is nothing that is less than -6 and at the same time greater than 6
your answer will contain TWO intervals and you have to write TWO inequalities. they are : \[y+2<-6\] OR \[Y+2>6\]
OMG!,What am I writing ??????
you solve them separately, not at one time. you get \[y+2<-6\] \[y<-8\] OR \[y+2>6\] \[y>4\] and your answers are \[y<-8 \text{ OR } y>4\] or in interval notation \[(-\infty,-8) \cup (4,\infty)\]
@alexis at least you recognized the mistake. in the last post someone thought you could make this "easier" by solving them at the same time!
haha,lol. It's a mistake that I am doing usually I can say. :p