anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the solution of 5a + 12 < 2 and 5a - 12 < 3?
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razor99
  • razor99
first one solution a<-2
razor99
  • razor99
lets see the second
razor99
  • razor99
solution for the second one is a<3

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anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks! can you explain how you got it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
?
anonymous
  • anonymous
5a < 2 ( - 12) subtracted 12 from both sides to get rid of the 12 on the left 5a < -10 to seperate into the form a = something we need to divide a by 5, but when you do that you will always do it on both sides (just like with the subtracting so we get a < -10/5 -10/5 is -2 try it on the other one
anonymous
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thanks!

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