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5(x+3) >2(x-3) -

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what property are u going to use here?

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correct so what do u get?
I got to solve graph and solution set which i dont get at all
Ok. First of all you have to solve this equation
5x+15> 2x-3
Now you have to do what?
I forgot uh subtract 2x
from both sides
ok we get 3x+15 > -3
so what do u do now
I got the problem but i need help writing solution sets if you know how to.
so u subtracted 15 from both sides
and what did u get ?
how did u get 2x?
well wont it end up just being x>7
that was my final answer
so what do u have to do now?
I graphed it but dont know how to write solution sets
It would be one solution set (7, Infintity)
Do u know the symbol for infinity
uhm {?
brb few mins dinner
Its a sideways 8.
thanks ;)
np . i hope that helped

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