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Emilyggarza

  • 2 years ago

7-5/6x> 9 need to show work

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    First of all you have to get rid of the denominator on the pro numeral. To do this we must multiply all terms by 6. Leaving us with: 42-5x is greater than or equal to 54. Now we take 42 off both sides. Leaving us with: -5x is greater than or equal to 12 Now we must change the sign as we divide by a negative. Leaving us with: 5x is less than or equal to -12. Divide both sides by 5. Leaving us with: x is greater than or equal to -12/5

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    what the answer?

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    the question is -3 -2 -1 ? is that right

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    answer is x is less than or equal to -12/5

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