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AAH PLZ HELP ASAP WILL MEDAL AND FAN!! Solve the inequality T > L plus D all divided by B for D. T + B – L > D TB – L > D T divided by B – L > D T times B divided by L > D
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T > (L + D)/B
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now solve for D

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anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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first, you subtract L-D, right? Since it in parenthesis?
anonymous
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no, first you want to multiply both sides by B
anonymous
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what do you get?
anonymous
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TB > (L+D)
anonymous
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thats right. what's the last step to get D by itself?
anonymous
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SUBTRACT L?
anonymous
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that's right
anonymous
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TB-L > D
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good job
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or b
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yep

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