anonymous
  • anonymous
please help!? What is the solution of 7 + m ≥ 2 and m + 1 < 2? A. m ≥ -5 and m < 1 B. m ≤ -5 and m > 1 C. no solution D. all real numbers this is no solution right?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
whats D
anonymous
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In inequalities, you try to get the variable on one side of the equality sign, so m on its own side. So in the first one, subtract 7 from both sides, and you get m > -5. On the second one, subtract 1 from both sides, and you get m < 1 . So your answer is a compound inequality, written as -5 < m < 1.
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≥ -5 and m < 1

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so our answer would be A right?
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  • anonymous
yes
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yes its A ≥ -5 and m < 1

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