• hockeychick23
Solve the following compound inequality. Write your answer in interval notation or state that there is no solution. 3k+2<= -7 or 5k-3>17
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Solve both inequalities for the interval where \(k\) exists Solving the first equation, we see that \(3k \leq -9\) So we have that \(k \leq -3\) Now do the same for the second equation. After you get the answer, ask yourself if there is any k that would satisfy both conditions. If there is such a value, find it; if not, there is no solution.

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