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PLZ PLZ HELP ME!!!!!!!!!! V-5/3-V is greater than or equal to -3(v-1)

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whr r u stuck
i juss wunt somebody to work this out for me and i'll be able to see where i went wrong
um, show me what u did

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\[\frac{ v-5 }{ 3-v } = -3(v-1) \]
that's it right
except its greater than or equal
OK |dw:1347427904539:dw|
disregard that line
times by 3 to start
i kinda messed up
oh ok...lemme try that..
do i multiply 3 by juss the left side or the whole equation?
awsumm, u r correct till now, go ahead
whole equation
o ok...thnks
\[\frac{ v-5 }{3 } -v \ge -3(v-1)\]
okay times by 3 to get v-5-3v > -9(v-1)
combine like terms to get -2v-5 > -9v+9
solve for v?
add 9v to both sides 7v -5> 9
add 5 to both sides 7v > 14
divide by 7 on both sides v >(or =) 2
yea and i got v is greater than or equal to 2
|dw:1347514759555:dw|
the graph
and the interval notation is |dw:1347428650262:dw|
thanks for yuor help:)
yes great!
oh i dint have to make a graph i juss neeeded the interval notation
oh well its good to know how to do it
yea u ryte.....thanks

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