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Find the solution set of the inequality: |2x+5|+|4x+7|<30

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6x+12<30 6x<18 x<3
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Someone help!!!!!
aviation hs for the win ;D
lol, Wat, it is right. Answer is x<3. 100% sure
I checked the answer key. The answer is -7≤x≤3 -_-
then are u sure the question is |2x+5|+|4x+7|<30
Wait, no ≤. Just <
Yes
ohhh i see. if you graph it, you find that x intercepts are 3 and -7 therefore x is between -7 - 3
your a ninth grade right rei
Oh. I see. It splits into two inequalities because you can flip the sign and negate the second part.
yeah and @pokemon23 yes im a ninth grader, u?
same
what school u go to?
same hs
:D message me
i join the aviation lol
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Hey Rei, are you good at logarithms?
no, my nine year education does not cover logarithms
Alright. Thanks for the help. :)
No problem
Thank you
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