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Solve the combined inequality and select the answer that best describes the graph of the solution.
3x – 7 < 10 or 5x + 2 > 22
Open dot at 1 shaded to the left, open dot at 4 shaded to the right
Closed dot at 1 shaded to the left, closed dot at 5 shaded to the right
Open dot at 1 shaded to the left, open dot at 5 shaded to the right
None of the above
 10 months ago
 10 months ago
Mttblink Group Title
Solve the combined inequality and select the answer that best describes the graph of the solution. 3x – 7 < 10 or 5x + 2 > 22 Open dot at 1 shaded to the left, open dot at 4 shaded to the right Closed dot at 1 shaded to the left, closed dot at 5 shaded to the right Open dot at 1 shaded to the left, open dot at 5 shaded to the right None of the above
 10 months ago
 10 months ago

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rbeckford134 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
I solved the inequalities ..... (Im sure you know how to solve the inequality to get the value of X and to get the solution set.) for 3x7<10 , you will get a solution set of x<1 or x<17/3 for 5x+2>22 , you will get a solution set of x>4 or x> 24/5. Based on your question, Im guessing they focused on the direct statement ... meaning 3x7<10 = x<1. And 5X+2>22 = x>4. In this case, when you graph it ..... Choice A would be correct: Open dot at 1 shaded to the left, open dot at 4 shaded to the right
 10 months ago

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Thanks man
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