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Choose the correct description of the graph of the compound inequality x - 2 > -3 and 3x <= 12

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what's that second expression: "x - 2 > -3 and 3x 12" ??
I'm sorry but what do you mean by the second expression
oh... the second part of the compound inequality was incomplete... i see you corrected it...

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Yeah sorry about that
to solve this, just solve each inequality separately and join the solution with "AND" solve: x - 2 > -3 AND 3x <= 12
the second part would be x<= 4 right but the first part I have no idea could you walk me through it
for the first part, add 2 to both sides of the inequality: x - 2 + 2 > -3 + 2 x > ???
so it would be x>-3
Never mind I got it
ok, that is correct ^^^... so do you know how the graph looks?
Yes I got it
ok

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