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Hmm.. your concept is correct, but here is the correct way to do it:
|dw:1435874492127:dw| So in this step, you did -6y on both sides.. remember that you first need to subtract the single integer before doing anything to the coefficients.
|dw:1435874558210:dw| It should have been set up like this then
Do you follow?
So i need to get rid of my negative number first?
Even when you did "-6y" on both sides, you should have included your "y" with the 6.. you can't just get rid of y.
No, you need to get rid of any number that doesn't have a variable with it.. regardless if it is negative or not.
Now we need to isolate the y variable. Do you have an idea as to how to do that?
Hint: Apply inverse operations to the left side of inequality.
If it's not subtracting it, then no.
|dw:1435874740349:dw| You need to divide my 6 on both sides so the y is by itself. Since it is 6 times y, dividing 6y by 6 would make it just y.
If you do something to one side of the inequality, you must do it on the other, too.
How did you get 18?
10 + 8 = 18
The 8 is negative
Yes.. but I need to apply INVERSE operations to GET RID of it.
there is no point in doing "-8" again.. makes no sense
18/6 = 3 So, y is less than or equal to 3.
True didn't realize you added the 8 as part of the fraction.
Hope I helped :)
You did! Thanks.