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Emilyggarza

  • 3 years ago

-2 (x + 3) < 10

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  1. AravindG
    • 3 years ago
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    open the brackets!!

  2. kelberry
    • 3 years ago
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    \[-2 (x + 3) < 10\]\[-2 x - 6 < 10\]\[-2 x < 16\]\[x> -8\]The sign flips because you divide by a negative.

  3. Emilyggarza
    • 3 years ago
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    I need help!! I done 3* (6 -5 * X) < 20 -X* move 6 to the right of expression it becomes 3* ( 3* 3 *( -5*x + 6 ) < 20 – x * Look at 3* ( -5* x + 6 < 20 – x * Moved 20 to the right of expression It becomes 3 * ( - 5 * x + 6 ) < - x + 20 * Look at 3*( -5*x + 6) < - x + 20 Expanded term 3 by using associated property on (-5 *x + 6) It becomes -3 *5 *x + 3*6 < -x + 20 Look at -3 *5 *x + 3 *6 < - x + 20 Multiplied numerator integers It becomes -15* x + 18 < -x +20 Look at -15 * x + 18 < -x + 20 Multiplied numerator integers It becomes -15* x + 18 < -x + 20 is this right?

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