1. Part 1: Solve the inequality -3x + 4 <= x + 8 and show all of your work. You can use <= to represent the less than or equal to symbol.
Part 2: Use complete sentences to describe the graph of the solution from Part 1.
2. Part 1: Solve the compound inequality 3x + 6 > 36 and 3x + 6 <= 54 and show all of your work. You can use <= to represent the less than or equal to symbol.
Part 2: Use complete sentences to describe the graph of the solution from Part 1

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3. Part 1: Use complete sentences to describe a real-world scenario that could be represented by the inequality 5x + 2y >= 45.
Part 2: Choose one ordered pair that is a solution to the given inequality and explain what that ordered pair means in the context of your real-world scenario.

- anonymous

-3x+4<=x+8
-3x-x<=8-4
-4x<=4
x>=-1

- anonymous

For the part 2 you dont have to worry bout that i can do it i just need the part 1's

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- anonymous

3x + 6 > 36 and 3x + 6 <= 54
3x>36-6
3x>30
x>10
3x + 6 <= 54
3x<=54-6
3x<=48
x<=16
10

- anonymous

is that gonna be open circle on 10, closed circle on 16 and shading in between?

- anonymous

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- anonymous

you should understand how to solve it by now, so solve 5x + 2y >= 45 for me

- anonymous

It says i need to decribe a real world scenerio

- anonymous

well first you need to simplify/solve it, it well make it easier

- anonymous

5x+2y >=45
5x-x>=9

- anonymous

open circle on 9 shading to the right

- anonymous

noooo
5x+2y>=45
5x>=45
x>=9
2y>=45
y>=22.5
so x is 9+ and y is 22.5+

- anonymous

Can you think of a word problem that can be described as 5x+2y>=45 and comes out as x is 9+ and y is 22.5+

- anonymous

Um not that i know of

- anonymous

ooo i think ik how bout

- anonymous

7 $5 bills and 10 $2 bills, you would have at least $45.so and ordered pair would be (7,5)

- anonymous

Thanks for your help :)

- anonymous

no .ill start you off, bob has to pick at least 45 fruits, consisting of apples and oranges, apples are x and oranges are y,

- anonymous

so the one i put isnt good?

- anonymous

no im not sure you can really graph that with a comp ineq. .......

- anonymous

put this down
bob has to pick at least 45 fruits, consisting of apples and oranges, he can pick 5 apples a minuet and 2 oranges a minuet. apples are x and oranges are y. whats the least amount of each he can pick of each to meet the requirement of 45?
5x+2y>=45
5x>=45
x>=9
2y>=45
y>=22.5
so x is 9+ and y is 22.5+
he needs to pick at least 9 apples and 23 oranges.

- anonymous

because u cant pick half an orange

- anonymous

ordered pair is (9,23)

- anonymous

Thank you so much can u help me with this
Which of the following ordered pairs is not a solution to the inequality y greater than or equal to -3x - 2?
(0, -1)
(0, 0)
(-1, 0)
(1, 1)

- anonymous

i got A

- anonymous

sure
y>=-3x-2
y+3x>=-2
y>=-2
x>=-2/3
so at least -2/3,-2
so the answer is (-1, 0)

- anonymous

Thank you soooo much you been alot help to me

- anonymous

you are very welcome :)

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