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Solve the inequality shown below. Graph the solution on a number line. Write is in symbols as well as in interval notations 2x - 11 < -3 (x+2)

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distribute the -3 so it will be 2x-11<-3x-6 then add eleven to both sides and add 3x to both sides so you will get 5x<5 and x<5
correction: x<1
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thanks but what about symbols and intervals?
the interval for x<1 is (-infinity,1) .... is that what you mean by symbols?
i think so im know that was interval but i don't know what to do for the symbols part (Two separate questions)
the symbols should be just "x<1" and interval is "(-infinity,1)" I can't think of any other way to write it in symbols
Oh ok so the symbol part is x < 1 Ok then i got it.

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