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anonymous

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why do you change the symbol of an inequality when you mulitply or divied by a negative please help me

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  1. anonymous
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    2<3 right? but does -2 < -3 ?

  2. anonymous
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    i understand that but why does the symbol change

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    because -2 is not less than -3 but -2 > -3.

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    but not for just that question for ALL inequalitys

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