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-y <= 44

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  1. anonymous
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    You reverse the equality sign when you divide by a negative number here.

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    Thus you would have y >= 44

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    easy

  4. anonymous
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    easier than easy

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    Thank you

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    It's only easy after we've learnt it.

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    maybe you just didn't know it before

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    A concept only becomes "easy" once it has been learnt. Did you understand inequalities before learning them, amir.sat? Of course not. So to go around saying how "easy" something is rather rude, since "easy" is entirely subjective.

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