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anonymous

  • one year ago

2x+13<39

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  1. UsukiDoll
    • one year ago
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    is this a solve an inequality question?

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    I'm not allowed to give direct answers as it breaches code of conduct, but I can give you an example of how to solve this problem So, the process of solving an inequality is similar to solving a regular equation For example x+3 =5 I subtract 3 from both sides x+3=5 -3 -3 x=5-3 x=2 so if I'm given an inequality like x+3 < 5 I solve it the same way that I will do to a regular equation x + 3 <5 -3 - 3 x <2

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