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Help?!?!

ok so you want to leave p one one side of the inequality so how would you do that for:
4p + 1 > -11

divide -11 by 1
so 4p<1?

no, you would do:
4p + 1 > -11
4p + 1 -1 > -11 -1
4p > -12
4p/4 > -12/4
p > -3
do you understand?

yes

ok now try doing the same thing I did for:
6p + 3 < 39

in steps like I did above

6p + 3 < 39
6p+3-3<39-3
6p<42
p>7

ok so what is 39 -3 ?

36

yes so try to fix your mistake above

oh
6p<36
p>6

okay thk lots

no problem :)