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\[Whet value is a solution of y + 7 \ge 12 but is \not a solution of y + 7 > 12 ?\]
It says, What is a solution of y + 7 > (With line under) (greater or equal to sign) 12 but is not a solution of y + 7 > 12 ?
hahahaha nice try :P y+7\[y+7\ge12\] right? Subtract 7 from both sides.

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Oops I screwed up too
Yeah I know how to solve it, But read the question :P Lol
Oh right. I'm tired, sorry! So your solution for the 1st one is \[y \ge5\] And the second one gives y>5 Which number satisfies the first but not the second?
What value is a solution of \[y + 7 \ge 12 \] but is not a solution of \[y + 7 \> 12 \]
Yes, I got that. If you look carefully at my last post, you'll notice that 5 is a solution of the first, but not the second equation.
I mean't \[y + 7 > 12\] on the last part. :P
Ohhh ok!! I'm so I didn't see that. I was typing. :P Sorry. And thanks!! I think I see what you're doing!! :D Thanks!

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