jessiegonzales
  • jessiegonzales
MEDAL!!! Solve the inequality. Graph the solution. 8. lx+3/4l <2
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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jessiegonzales
  • jessiegonzales
A. x<-1 or x>-1/2 B. -5/325/32
jessiegonzales
  • jessiegonzales
@nincompoop
anonymous
  • anonymous
it s C

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anonymous
  • anonymous
if you want details just tell me and i ll send
jessiegonzales
  • jessiegonzales
DETAILS PLEASE
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\left| x+\frac{ 3 }{ 4 } \right|<2\] means (x + 3/4) is between -2 and 2, so you need to solve this compound inequality. \[-2
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you know how to get x by itself in the middle?
jessiegonzales
  • jessiegonzales
divide?
anonymous
  • anonymous
3/4 is added to x, so you need to subtract |dw:1434603044455:dw|
jessiegonzales
  • jessiegonzales
ok
jessiegonzales
  • jessiegonzales
im lost
anonymous
  • anonymous
what don't you understand?
jessiegonzales
  • jessiegonzales
so now its-2
anonymous
  • anonymous
no, you have to subtract 3/4 from the -2 and 2 as well. Anything you do to one side of an equation/inequality, you have to do it to all sides. |dw:1434603556453:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1434603661722:dw|
jessiegonzales
  • jessiegonzales
i see but how do i subtract a whole number by a fraction
anonymous
  • anonymous
common denominator
anonymous
  • anonymous
how would you write 2 with a denominator of 4?
jessiegonzales
  • jessiegonzales
SO C ITSNT THE ANSWER
anonymous
  • anonymous
its c
anonymous
  • anonymous
no, and to be honest none of your answers look right.
anonymous
  • anonymous
you forget to divide by 8
anonymous
  • anonymous
i cant send you details here i am so sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh. I didn't realize that was a part of the problem. I thought it was the problem number.
anonymous
  • anonymous
next time focus on the data before answering people questions
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's not a matter of focusing. That's bad syntax. That's why I make a point to retype the problem. You'd think at some point she'd say it was missing an 8

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