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lets begin with 13-4x<16 subtract 13 from both sides
You get: -4x<3

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good,now divide by -4 remember to flip the sign,as u are dividing by a negative number so < becomes >
You get: x>-3/4
thats your 1st part 13-4x>= -10 again subtract 13 from both sides
You get: -4x>-23
ok,don't forget = sign also now divide by -4 and flip sign
You get: x< = 23/4
now can u put the two thing together in interval notation ?
Like this: First Part: X >-3/4 Second Part: x< = 23/4 Interval Notation: -3/4 < x < 23/4
let me give example: 2<=x<6 [2,6)
So... is it: [-3/4, 23/4) ?
so, -3/4
as = part is with 23/4,u have ] bracket with 23/4
got that?
Okay I got it. I put the bracket for -3/4 before. That's where I went wrong.

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