shadmanr163
I have a question on compound inequality?? The question is 6(x + 2) > 3(2x-5). I got 0>27.....
So will it be no solution or all real no's?? PLEASE HELP!!!
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jim_thompson5910
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6(x + 2) > 3(2x-5)
6x + 12 > 6x-15
12 > -15
is that true or false?
shadmanr163
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true
jim_thompson5910
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so there are an infinite number of solutions
jim_thompson5910
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since any real number is a solution for x
shadmanr163
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what would happen if the the inequality was greater than or equal to
jim_thompson5910
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same thing would happen, 12 > -15 is true and so is 12 >= -15
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okay thanks :-)