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solving inequality

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  1. pokemon23
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    |dw:1328661864315:dw|

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    sorry !

  3. UnkleRhaukus
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    \[{v^0 \over 6}≤0\] \[{v^0}≤0\]

  4. pokemon23
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    that suppose to be a j?

  5. pokemon23
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    hi unkle can you help me my brother needs your help

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    hew wants to know how you got your solution

  7. UnkleRhaukus
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    j≤0 i would be happy to help

  8. pokemon23
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    how do you get \[j \le0\]

  9. UnkleRhaukus
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    well starting with the formula given \[{j \over 6}≤0\] we multiply both sides of the inequality by the constant number 6 \[{j \over 6} \times 6≤0 \times 6\] now, simplifying \[j≤0\]

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    thanks

  11. pokemon23
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    my little brother says thanks his teacher didn't explain it that well ;D

  12. pokemon23
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    he gonna try doing it on his own he just need to know the procedures

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    thanks again ;D

  14. UnkleRhaukus
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    well if you have a equation (or an inequation) you can multiply by a constant or add a constant as along as you do this to both sides (the only exception is if multiplying by a negative; remember to switch the direction of the inequality)

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