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nataliaviruet
Which of the following is the correct graph of the solution to the inequality -13 > -5x + 2 > -28?
were you able to simplify the inequality?
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!
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?
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
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