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  • one year ago

What is the solution of 5 - 2x > -3 or -3x + 9 < -6?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    5−2x>−3 or −3x+9<−6 We know either 5−2x>−3 or (−3)(x)+9<−6 5−2x>−3(Possibility 1) −2x+5>−3(Simplify both sides of the inequality) −2x+5−5>−3−5(Subtract 5 from both sides) −2x>−8 −2x−2>−8−2(Divide both sides by -2) x<4 (−3)(x)+9<−6(Possibility 2) −3x+9−9<−6−9(Subtract 9 from both sides) −3x<−15 −3x−3<−15−3(Divide both sides by -3) x>5 Answer: x<4 or x>5

  2. Nick88888888
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    @aloud Wow thank you so much for a such a detailed step by step process. I understand it very well now

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    your very welcome

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