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MauriceLong Group Title

Use both the addition and the multiplication propeties of inequalitiy to solve the inequality 4x+3<35

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  1. gvt016 Group Title
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    Use the same properties as an equation, the difference is the answer

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    Im confuse with this problem can u explain how too do this problem please

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    Well I know that you need a complete explanatio but there are people on this site sayimg that the students shouldn´t get complete answers I will anyway......

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    ok

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    thanks for helping me with this..

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  6. gvt016 Group Title
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    first you subtract -3 both sides

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  7. MauriceLong Group Title
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    so i - 3 from 4x and 3

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    this way 4x + 3 - 3 < 35 -3

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    then you have 4x < 32

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    4x<32

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    x=8

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    yeah good then you dont need 4 there

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    excellent

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    x<8

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    that means all the numbers before 8 ..................

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    how would you write x<8 in interval notation

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  17. gvt016 Group Title
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    on equations the answer is one number on inequalities the answers are many numbers

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    |dw:1353884676497:dw|

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    thats how you write x<8 in interval notation above

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    yes thats the interval

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    It was a pleasure to help you

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    thank you so much

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    can i write it like this (-\[(\infty;8) or <\infty;8>\]

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  24. gvt016 Group Title
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    Yeah both are correct, just add (-) sign before the infinite symbol

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    do i hve too hve a - in there

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