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anonymous
 one year ago
(7/8)x >= 6
I have to solve for x and then write the interval notation, but I'm unsure how to isolate x because wouldnt I have to divide both sides by 7/8? and then it would be 6/(7/8)?
I also tried (6/1) / (7/8) and tried to flip and multiply but that comes out as (48/7) if I did it correctly so that wouldn't work.... right?
anonymous
 one year ago
(7/8)x >= 6 I have to solve for x and then write the interval notation, but I'm unsure how to isolate x because wouldnt I have to divide both sides by 7/8? and then it would be 6/(7/8)? I also tried (6/1) / (7/8) and tried to flip and multiply but that comes out as (48/7) if I did it correctly so that wouldn't work.... right?

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 one year ago
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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0oh my gosh so i did have it right thank you!
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