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where do you get 10q from?

12-2, then I distributed by parenthesis

Is that wrong NickR?

you need to distribute first

\[q+12-2(q-22)>0\]

That's the start, right?

i think you made a mistake there
q+12-2(q-22)>0
q+12-2q+44 >0
-q +56 >0
-q > -56
q>56

sorry q<56

I wish you could give more than one best response

Yep! Because you multiplied or divided by a negative!

My pleasure. I'm glad you got it worked out :) Good luck with any more you have to do!

Thanks, I'm struggling with one more now trying to set up an inequality.

Ok, it will take me a minute to type it. Thanks for your help. Yes, I'm too old to learn this stuff.

And take your time!

Lol, I'm trying. I thought I had equations but not the fractions

would it be like (10x20).81=p

idn

Yep, thats the question.

I got 246,9 so P≥246.9

I'm not sure if I'm writing the inequality right or not
(10ftx20ft)/.81=p

Yes, it's supposed to be an inequality

That's what I would do to!

To me it works and gives the answer when you work it.

Do you want me to create a problem so I can give you a medal? I'm not sure what the medal do.

I was trying to figure out why it want come out to a whole number also unless it's ≥

They're just sort of recognition you can count. I'm not worried about it. Thanks though!

Oh, ok thanks! Maybe (10x20)/.81≥p

I would say \[p\ge 246.0\]

You would want more pavers rather than less. At least you get your patio done that way :P

LOL, that's the truth.

Using just that sentence, you can set up the inequality.
\[p_{NumberOfPavers}\ge A_{PatioArea}\]

So maybe that's the case here.

true, I hope so.

Same. Good luck with that! If you solve it as a fraction, note that .81 = 81/100.

alright, Thanks again!!

\[\frac{10*20}{.81}=\frac{10*20}{\frac{81}{100}}\]
Np!

:)

Just in case... From there, it's
\[\frac{10*20*100}{81}=\frac{20000}{81}=246\frac{74}{81}\]

That's great, and it was the other way I would think of the equation to solve!

And you don't have to change the sign because 0.81 is not negative.|dw:1351404148861:dw|