anonymous
  • anonymous
Solve -8x < 64.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
divide both sides by 8
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is x > -8
Hero
  • Hero
Complete Steps: -8x < 64 -64 < 8x -64/8 < x -8 < x 1. Original Problem: -8x < 64 2. Add 8x to both sides, Subtract 64 from both sides: -64 < 8x 3. Divide both sides by 8: -8 < x

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@hero it means the same
Hero
  • Hero
I know, but doing it the way I suggested avoids the ridiculous habit of needed to flip the inequality.
anonymous
  • anonymous
as i know if we multiply by (-1) to the both sides of an inequality the sign gets flipped
Hero
  • Hero
It is not necessary to perform operations that require flipping the inequality. The entire idea of doing it disgusts me. It's one of the reasons so many students get math problems like these wrong.

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