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CHECK MY WORK

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    correct!

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    |dw:1359436205915:dw|

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    Does that say x is less than 1?

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    |dw:1359436614514:dw|

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    ?

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    @jim_thompson5910

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    Are you saying that if \[\frac{(2x+1)}{(x+1)} \le 2\] then \[x \le 1\]?

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    so im right?

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    wait no my answer is x<1

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    show your step-by-step solution

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    How about if x = -2? (2(-2)+1)/(-2+1) = -3/-1 = 3, oops.

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    @whpalmer4 , no thats not a answer choice.

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    My point is that x = -2 is a value that should work if your answer is correct. It doesn't. Therefore, your answer is not correct.

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    so \[x \ge -1\]

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    SHOW YOUR SOLUTION :)

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  16. whpalmer4 Group Title
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    You're clearly just guessing at a list of answers. If you are going to do that, you need to check your guesses!

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