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NEED SOME HELP WILL GIVE MEDAL Solve for x: −3x + 3 < 6

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    i'm stuck on the same problem

  2. gibbs
    • one year ago
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    x>−1

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    thanks

  4. anonymous
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    Solve for x: 4 − (x + 2) < −3(x + 4) (1 point) x < −7 x < −9 x > −9 x > −7

  5. gibbs
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    1. Subtract 3 from both sides −3x<6−3 2. Simplify 6−3 to 3 −3x<3 3. Divide both sides by −3 x>3−3 4. Simplify 3−3 to −33 x>−33 5. Cancel 3 x>−1

  6. anonymous
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    @gibbs thank you i understand now

  7. gibbs
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    x<−7 ok

  8. anonymous
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    thank you

  9. anonymous
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    Eduardo solved the following inequality, and his work is shown below: −5(x + 4) + 21 ≥ −3 + 4(x − 8) −5x − 20 + 21 ≥ −3 + 4x − 32 −5x + 1 ≥ 4x − 35 −9x ≥ −36 x ≥ 4 What mistake did Eduardo make in solving the inequality? (2 points) When dividing by −9, he did not change the ≥ to ≤. He subtracted 1 from both sides when he should have added 36. He subtracted 4x from both sides when he should have added 5x. He did not make a mistake.

  10. anonymous
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    Tony has $727.29 in his checking account. He must maintain a $500 balance to avoid a fee. He wrote a check for $248.50 today. Write and solve an inequality to solve for the least amount of money he needs to deposit to avoid a fee. (2 points) 727.29 + 248.50 −x ≤ 500; x ≤ $475.79 727.29 + 248.50 − x ≥ 500; x ≥ $475.79 727.29 − 248.50 + x ≥ 500; x ≥ $21.21 727.29 − 248.50 − x ≤ 500; x ≤ $21.21

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @Zbratz7 any idea

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    sorry babes no

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