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\[-w -2 >2\]
@Luis_Rivera that is not in my options
Thats correct tho. When you multiply or divide by a negative number you have to flip the sign. Everything else is done just like a normal algebra problem

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here is my options a. w>-3 b.w <-3 c.w <-7 d.x>-7
you must have copied the equation wrong
They have the correct answer
sorry ok so \[-w-2>5\]
it is very easy plz try it
ok hold on i will try it
ok so is it w<-7
Yes very well
Why is there a negative sign?
no cuz it is c
-w-2>5 -2>5+w -2-5>w -7>w
this is how i did mine
both methods result in the same answer
-w -2>5 -w> 2+5 -w >7 w<-7
so it is still correct though
thanks guys
yes ;)
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