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well you can use your own words to describe the solutions

did they want the negative numbers? zero? positive numbers? Is 14 part of the solution?

I'm not really sure they weren't very detailed.

I am really bad at math, so it's extremely hard for me to describe it and put it into words

well write it out and I will correct you (if needed)

You put a closed circle on 7, and shaded it to the right.

7 is not even the number you should be using|dw:1359578942429:dw|

But part 1 is
12 + 4x ≤ 5x -2
12 -x ≤ -2
-x ≤ -14
x ≥ 7

Right?

last step is incorrect, 14 does not turn into 7

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Oh, I don't know how I got the 7 but some how I did! Oops!

Then it's:
You put a closed circle on 14, and shaded it to the right.

I'm I right this time?

yes but what does that all mean
closed circle, does that mean 14 is part of the solution?

I think so...

yes and if the circle is open then that would mean that 14 is not part of the solution

now what numbers do we want from the number line: negative? zero? positive?

Positive?

Because it's going to the right?

so 1,2,3,4,5, etc are all solutions?

Yes....?

|dw:1359580332816:dw|really?

gotta go in about 5 minutes you are my last question of the day

So, am I right?

14 is not less than 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13

no you are not right

you want 14,15,16,17, etc
so you want 14 and all of the numbers bigger than 14

Oh, yeah that's right..... I feel dumb

np

So, I shad it to the left?

*shade

|dw:1359601055140:dw|shade to the right