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I will do anything to get these 3 problems right name anything and i will do it! Part 1: Solve the inequality 12 + x 2x - 2 and show all of your work. You can use <= to represent the less than or equal to symbol. Part 2: Use complete sentences to describe the graph of the solution from Part 1. Part 1: Solve the compound inequality 6x + 7 > 1 and 6x + 7 < 25 and show all of your work. Part 2: Use complete sentences to describe the graph of the solution from Part 1. Part 1: Use complete sentences to describe a real-world scenario that could be represented by the inequality 5x + 2y 4

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    Part 1: Use complete sentences to describe a real-world scenario that could be represented by the inequality 5x + 2y > 45. Part 2: Choose one ordered pair that is a solution to the given inequality and explain what that ordered pair means in the context of your real-world scenario

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    1) (i) First add 2 to both sides so we have 14 + x < 2x Then minus x to both sides so we have 14 < x So the final answer to the inequality is x > 14 (ii) The graph will just go through all the points on your x-axis that are above 14 2) (i) First minus 7 to both sides on both inequalities so we are left with 6x > -6 and 6x < 18 Then divide both sides by six on both inequalities so we have x > -6/6 or -1 and x < 18/6 or 3 So the final solution to both inequalities is x > -1 and x < 3 (ii) The graph will just show a straight line going through all the points more than -1 and another seperate line going through all the points on your x-axis less than 3 but obviously i cant really draw it for you on here 3) I'm not sure about how to anwer the last one. Sorry

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