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mikaa_toxica13 Group Title

Can anyone check my work ? Tell what number you would add to each side of the inequality to solve the inequality f - 6 more than or equal to -3

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  1. mikaa_toxica13 Group Title
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    f - 6 = -3 -6 +6 --- 9 f = 9

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    f - 6 = -3 -3 + 6 = 3 f = 3

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    Since it's an inequality it would look like this f - 6 >= -3 f >= 3

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    can u help with another ?

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    sure.

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  6. mikaa_toxica13 Group Title
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    a - 3.3 more than or equal to 2.6

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    a - 3.3 >= 2.6 a > = 5.9

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    ok can u explain it ?

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    you add 3.3 to both sides to get a by itself.

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    therefore resulting in your answer

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    ok how did u know to add 3.3 instead of 2.6

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    because 3.3 is on the side with a.

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    so whatever is on the same side with the variable gets added

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    Ok I have a problem that has the variable by itself

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    No, it's easier this way, you could do the question like this a - 3.3 = 2.6 a - 5.9 = 0 -5.9 = -a 5.9 = a

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    I just did it that way because its the simplest and easiest way.

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    ok how would u do this one 5 > -18 + m

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    5 > -18 + m add 18 to both sides 23 > m

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    ok why would u add 18

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    You want to solve for m. So you want it on one side.

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    ok then why not 5 ?

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    M - 18 < 5 M and 18 are on the same side , again you could subrtact 5 like i did with an example last problem but its easier this way.

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    ok so whatever number is on the same side with the variable is added

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    Or subtracted .. m + 5 = 3 -5 -5 m = -2

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    ok thanks ! so for v - 4 < -3 I would add 4 to both sides and get v = 1

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    Yes.

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    OK I think I got it. Thanks ♥

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    np.

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