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Mandy_Nakamoto
 3 years ago
Solve the inequality x+4+x1>5.
Can someone please teach how to solve this..
P.S: im not for the answer, i need the knowledge..
Mandy_Nakamoto
 3 years ago
Solve the inequality x+4+x1>5. Can someone please teach how to solve this.. P.S: im not for the answer, i need the knowledge..

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sriramkumar
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0there might be 4 cases there to solve, they are (x+4)+(x1)>5 (x+4)(x1)>5 (x+4)+(x1)>5 (x+4)(x1)>5 in the first case 2x+3>5 => 2x>2 x>1 in the second x+4x+1>5 => 5>5 F in the third also fails 4th x4x+1>5 2x3>5 2x+3<5 2x<8 x<4 so the answer will be x<4 or x>2

Mandy_Nakamoto
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0where did u get x>2?? n finding x for every inequality to prove what? wat do u mean by fail? do u mean tat the x that we get is suppose to b greater than 5?
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