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jackyluvv
 3 years ago
HEELLLLPPP MEE PLEASE!!!
Solve 3(t  2) > 4(2t + 11).
A. t > 10
B. t > 1.8
C. t < 1.8
D. t < 10
jackyluvv
 3 years ago
HEELLLLPPP MEE PLEASE!!! Solve 3(t  2) > 4(2t + 11). A. t > 10 B. t > 1.8 C. t < 1.8 D. t < 10

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zaynahf
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Multiply it all out first: 3(t  2) > 4( 2t +11) 3t6 > 8t +44 Now you need to combine like terms: 3t  6 > 8t + 44 +6 +6  3t > 8t +50 8t 8t  5t > 50  5 t < 10 (The sign was flipped because every time you multiply or divide by a negative, it flips)

mathstudent55
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0First, use the distributive property on both sides to get rid of parentheses.

jackyluvv
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0omg thank you both for helping me! This really did help me a lot. thank you again =D
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