## nataliaviruet 3 years ago Which of the following is the correct graph of the solution to the inequality -13 > -5x + 2 > -28?

1. nataliaviruet

2. nataliaviruet

its #5

3. eyust707

were you able to simplify the inequality?

4. cshalvey

Hey @nataliaviruet - this looks like your test, no? This is against our Code of Conduct - if you want help on how to do a problem, that's fine - but don't post your entire assignment and expect people to do it for you, thanks!

5. Callisto

break it into 2 inequalities -13 > -5x + 2 and -5x + 2 > -28 -13-2 > -5x +2-2 -5x > -30 -15 > -5x -5x/(-5) < (-30)/(-5) 3<x x < 6 x>3 Combine the 2 solutions , you'll get 3<x<6 Mark answer on the number line Since it is 'greater than' the 'circle' should not be blacken Perhaps you can try to draw the number line now?

6. cshalvey

Btw, that's a GREAT answer Callisto - way to go! I like that you helped START the problem, but allowed the asker to understand and then finish it. Great work @Callisto

8. Callisto

Well... thanks... i hope @nataliaviruet can understand how to do it... Btw, do you understand it?

I don't know which graph it is. I'm still confused

10. ouguou

@callisto