## anonymous one year ago Think of an activity that you enjoy or are interested in. Some examples are reading, swimming, or leveling up your gaming character. Use your activity to work through the following problems: Create a scenario that leads to an inequality of the form ax + b > c. You can use any of the inequality symbols (>, ≥, <, ≤) in your inequality. For this step, just write the word problem. Write the inequality and show all work to solve the inequality. Graph the solution to your inequality on a number line. Explain what your solution means in the context of the problem.

1. anonymous

i dont need answers just plz help me understand with examples...if that makes sense..

2. anonymous

@Echosmith @Zedditup @mathmate

3. dan815

do you have a sister or a brother

4. anonymous

...why

5. anonymous

i have a sister but shes in 5th

6. anonymous

im in 7/8

7. dan815

okay lets say your sisters age is x and your age is c

8. anonymous

ok

9. dan815

2 times your sisters age + 3 > your age what is this inequality true,

10. dan815

2*x+3>c

11. anonymous

23 > 13?

12. dan815

ok dont fill in for x

13. dan815

new example

14. dan815

lets say there was some random person whose age is x someone tells you that 2 times his age +3 is greater than your current age 2x+3>13 now they ask you what are the possible ages he can be or cant be

15. dan815

so you have to see all the areas 2x+3 is greater than 13, and all the areas 2x+3 is less than 13

16. anonymous

ok

17. dan815

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18. anonymous

ok

19. dan815

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20. dan815

2x+3>13 solve for x

21. dan815

if we remove the same weight from both sides it still holds true right

22. dan815

2x+3-3>13-3

23. dan815

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24. dan815

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25. dan815

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26. anonymous

27. dan815

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28. anonymous
29. anonymous

i wasnt sure if it was right

30. dan815

ya that is right,

31. anonymous

thank you so much

32. dan815

welcome