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10 questions!! Need help !! Algebra 1

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kk what r the questions?
Select the inequality that corresponds to the given graph.
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3x - 7 < 11 -4x >/= 24 -2x + 7 /= x - 5
3x-7<11 you have to add 7 to both sides then you get 3x<18 and then divide by 3 and get x<6
so the first one is not the answer
is it the second?? it equals x
it cant be tht one bc x cant be less than or equal to 6 bc from the graph it looks like that x is greater than or equal
it has to be the last one bc once u do 3(x-2)-3 >/= x-5 you get x>./= 2
so yeah
get it?
ur positive????
yeah if u do the math for it u multiply 3(x-2)-3 you get 3x-6-3>/=x-5
alright thanks :)
then from there you combine like terms and get 3x-9>/=x-5
add 9 on both sides and get 3x>/= x+4
subtract x from both sides and get 2x>/=4
ok lol

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