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ashleylynn

5. y_over_2_large < –3 (1 point) 6. –1.5d inequality-greaterthanorequalto9 (1 point) 7. 5s – 3 + 1 < 8 (1 point) 8. 8d + 2 < 5d – 7 (1 point)

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  1. myininaya
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    I honestly can't read the first two :( Do you think you can try to draw it using the draw tool?

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  2. ashleylynn
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    |dw:1332199017071:dw|

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  3. myininaya
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    \[\frac{y}{2} <-3\] I will give you en example for this one: If you have \[\frac{a}{5}<-2\] => \[5 \cdot \frac{a}{5} <-2 \cdot 5\] \[a<-10\] See you can see what is going on in this example.... Hint multiple 2 on both sides for that problem..

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  4. myininaya
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    so what did you get for the first one?

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  5. ashleylynn
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    no clue om stilll trying to figure it out

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  6. ashleylynn
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    i got y is less than -1

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  7. myininaya
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    So did you multiply 2 on both sides?

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  8. myininaya
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    2(-3) is not -1

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  9. ashleylynn
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    -6

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  10. myininaya
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    y<-6 is the solution set

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  11. ashleylynn
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    the second one im kinda stuck

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  12. ashleylynn
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    d is greater than or equal to 9.5

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  13. myininaya
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    \[-1.5d \ge 9\] How do you get d by itself?

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  14. ashleylynn
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    add 1.5 to both sides

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  15. myininaya
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    No to undo multiplication by -1.5 you divide by -1.5 But when you multiply or divide by a negative on both sides this flips the inequality sign

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  16. ashleylynn
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    -6

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  17. myininaya
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    yes now what about the inequality part?

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  18. ashleylynn
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    N is less then or equal to -6

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    3rd one. i dont get at alll

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  20. myininaya
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    ok d not N but yes that is right

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  21. ashleylynn
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    Thanks your helping soo much! the third one i dont get at all i need help step by step

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  22. myininaya
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    5s – 3 + 1 < 8 Combine like terms first -3+1=?

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  23. ashleylynn
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    -2

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  24. ashleylynn
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    is it 3<10

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  25. ashleylynn
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    s<10

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  26. myininaya
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    So we have 5s-2<8 right?

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  27. ashleylynn
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    yes. so wouldnt you +2 to 8

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  28. myininaya
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    yes! :) 5s<10 Divide both sides by 5 and you win! :)

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    thankkk you! and now the last one

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  30. myininaya
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    8d + 2 < 5d – 7

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  31. myininaya
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    So what do you think one possible first step is?

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  32. ashleylynn
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    Subtract 2 from both sides

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  33. myininaya
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    ok! :) 8d<5d-9 That gives us this! VEry good!

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    Now?

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  35. ashleylynn
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    not sure this is were i got stuck when i tryed doing it before:(

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  36. myininaya
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    What did you try before?

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  37. ashleylynn
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    adding 9 to both sides

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  38. myininaya
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    Get your terms that have the same variable part together how do you get the 5d part on the other side?

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    What happens if you subtract 5d on both sides? Try that/

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  40. ashleylynn
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    you get 2d

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  41. myininaya
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    nope nope

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  42. ashleylynn
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    0

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  43. myininaya
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    8-5=3 right? So 8d-5d=3d

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    So we have 3d<-9

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