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Solve 3n + 11 < 17 or -3n > 12. Which is the best description of the solution set? A. n < 2 or n > -4 B. n < 2 or n < -4 C. n < 2 D. n < -4

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All ordered pairs are written (x,y). Just replace the x in the inequality with the first thing and the second thing for the y. See if they produce true or false statements For example, 2>1. True, right? 2 is greater than 1.
ok i think i may got it. so would it be b)?
Yes, exactly. =D

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thanx!!! can you help me with another one?
Solve 4x > 36 and x + 5 < 8.
A. 3 < x < 9 B. x < 9 or x > 3 C. 9 < x < 3 D. no solution i think its d but im not sure
You're right again, since x can't be both larger than 9 and less than 3. =D

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