Solve −np − 80 < 60 for n

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Solve −np − 80 < 60 for n

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\[-np - 80 < 60\]
What do you think we would do first?
add 80 to both sides

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Yep! Which we then get \[-np < 140\]
So now we want to get the 'n' by itself right?
divide by -n
Well that is one way but there is a faster/ easier way to doing this. Try thinking of the problem like this: \[-1np\] We are able to divide the -1 to remove the negative on the 'np' side.
so what is the answer
and can u help me with another one
\[np > 140\] Now because we divide by a negative, making us flip the sign. So the answer, if you were looking just for 'n', would be \[n > \frac{ 140 }{ p }\]
Sure
Solve 2a − 5d = 30 for d.
Hmmm... I remember this type of equation specifically, however, I do not remember the way in which you were to solve it. I will try my best though.
ok thank u
But I think the answer would either be d = -6 or d = -3
i think its -6

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