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Which of the following is not a way to represent the solution of the inequality 2(x - 1) greater than or equal to -12?
x greater than or equal to -5
x less than or greater to -5
-5 less than or greater to x
A number line with a closed circle on negative 5 and shading to the right

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So this is our inequality. What was your answer when you solved this?
Tips: ALWAYS Distribute the parenthesis to get it out of the way when solving for x.
Also, where are you getting these Q's? :) Just curious.

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Jocey, just like the last Q, distribute the left side then tell me what you got. :)

- anonymous

Don't let the inequality sign confuse you! Treat it as if its an equal sign until you need to apply some of its rules.

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What will you get?

- anonymous

2x - 2?

- anonymous

\[2(x-1)=2x-2\]
\[2x-2\ge12\]
\[2x \ge14\]

- anonymous

@nicxle.62 Please don't give direct answersâ€¦ the student must understand the concept.

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And yes, Jocey! Great job :)

- anonymous

I am not giving direct answers @Aureyliant

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- anonymous

What do you do now, Jocey?

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- anonymous

Hmm.. you're mixing your signs.

- anonymous

Try again :)

- anonymous

I'm in debt of $12â€¦ I pay back $2.. how much debt am I still in?

- anonymous

Keep the inequality sign the way it is! You only flip it when you divide a NEGATIVE number on both sides. But that's not relevant for this answer right now.

- anonymous

See above.

- anonymous

- 12 + 2 = ?

- anonymous

14 right ?

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I'm in debt of $12â€¦ I pay back $2.. how much debt am I still in?

- anonymous

No.. 12 PLUS 2 = 14.

- anonymous

Debt = Negative Sign

- anonymous

10 ?

- anonymous

-10

- anonymous

okay

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- anonymous

-5 ?

- anonymous

Rules:
- - = +
++ = +
-+ = -
+- = -

- anonymous

Yes! Awesome job!

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Thanks! ^-^

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Your awesome, thanks!

- anonymous

:) No problem

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