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CAN SOMEONE SEE IF THIS INEQUALITY PROBLEM IS RIGHT???

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if u can't see it...its 8+3x greater than or equal to 7x- 2 and i got x is greater than or equal to 4

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8+3x>=7x-2 3x>=7x-2-8 3x>=7x-10 3x-7x>=-10 -4x>=-10 X<=-10/-4 X<=5/2 x is less than or equal to 5/2
but the 2 in the problem to the right is 2x
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ok cuz u said "if u can't see it...its 8+3x greater than or equal to 7x- 2 and i got x is greater than or equal to 4" with no 2x but the picture was cut off with a partial x
8+3x>=7x-2x 8+3x>=5x 8>=5x-3x 8>=2x 4>=x x is less than or equal to 4 yes it was x<=4 then
different than urs
thanks can someone give me more inequality problems to practice?
try the ones that require you to multiple/divide from a negative x

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