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@breanna1999 does this follow the same rule like the other one?

This one does but has a few added steps

@breanna1999 like what?

You must first change the < sign to an equal sign so you can solve the problem

@breanna1999 how? and what do you mean

@breanna1999 ohh okay, so after that whats next?

Combine your like terms on the right side

@breanna1999 starting with 4x + -3x ?

Yes and 4x+(-3x)=what's

1x ?

Yes or you could just say x. Now to the next one

why just say x when it's x1 ?

1x is equal to x because there is an imaginary 1 in front of the x

how?

if it was 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x it will still equal x?

You can just write it as 1x If it helps you

I'm just wondering

so even if it was 2x and up ? it will still be as x. or is it just the number 1x = x

No it's only if you see 1x

so your saying if it was 2x it will equal 2x, right?

sorry if I'm confusing you, I'm just confuse my self :(

Yes 2x=2x and 3x=3x and so on

Simplify this expression: 4p + 9 + (–7p) + 2 = ?
A. 3p + 7
B. –3p + 11
C. 3p + 11
D. 11p + 11

This one involes you needing to solve it

Solve the following inequality: 38 < 4x + 3 + 7 – 3x.
A. x < 28
B. x > 28
C. x < 4
D. x > 4

So go ahead and combine your like terms on this equation

ohh so the first question i did not solve it?

but this one i have to solve it?

You solved by combining like terms for the first one for the second one you have a two step equation

So far we have 38=1x+3+7

38=x 10?

38=x+10 is correct now we have to solve the equation. Do you know how to do this?

im not really sure, can you show me please?

Yes I can
38=x+10
38-10=x+10-10
28=x
28

i dont understand the second step. how did you do that or get that? I'm sorry :(

so subtract 10 from 38 and 10?

Yes 10-10 equals 0 and 38-10 equals 28

ohh, wow. were did you learn this? i want to learn more of this

I learned it in algebra 1. There's a website called Khan Academy that can go into further detail

@breanna1999 is it free?

It is

okay thank you

so the answer is B. right?

Yes

yessss! thank you