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anonymous
 4 years ago
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A solution to the compound inequality 16 > 4  3x > 11 is provided below. Choose the statement that is true about the given solution.
Line 1
16 > 4  3x and 4  3x > 11
Line 2
12 > 3x and 3x > 15
Line 3
4 > x and x > 5
A. There is a mistake in line # 1.
B. There is a mistake in line # 2.
C. There is a mistake in line # 3.
D. There are no mistakes, the solution is correct.
I think the answer is C, am I right? Please let me know ASAP... :)
anonymous
 4 years ago
Is this correct? A solution to the compound inequality 16 > 4  3x > 11 is provided below. Choose the statement that is true about the given solution. Line 1 16 > 4  3x and 4  3x > 11 Line 2 12 > 3x and 3x > 15 Line 3 4 > x and x > 5 A. There is a mistake in line # 1. B. There is a mistake in line # 2. C. There is a mistake in line # 3. D. There are no mistakes, the solution is correct. I think the answer is C, am I right? Please let me know ASAP... :)

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