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Biancao9o3o12

  • 3 years ago

-h/4<6 Need help solving

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  1. mickey4691
    • 3 years ago
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    multiply both sides by -4 then switch the sign

  2. Biancao9o3o12
    • 3 years ago
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    Okay thanks

  3. mickey4691
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    show me yur answer

  4. Biancao9o3o12
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    1<6 ?

  5. mickey4691
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    no, multiply each side by 4

  6. Biancao9o3o12
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    Oh okay so it would be 16<24?

  7. mickey4691
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    \[\frac{ -h }{ 4 } < 6 \] multiplying both sides by -4 gives u and

  8. mickey4691
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    \[\frac{ -h }{ 4 } * -4 < 6 * -4\]

  9. mickey4691
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    since we multi ply by -4 we switch the sign \[h > -24\]

  10. Biancao9o3o12
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    So that would be the answer ?

  11. mickey4691
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    yes

  12. Biancao9o3o12
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    Thanks !

  13. mickey4691
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    welcome

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