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- freckles

Have you solved
-7x-11<-109?

- anonymous

no i need help.

- freckles

your objective is to isolate x.
Try first isolating the -7x by adding 11 on both sides.

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- freckles

what do you get after doing that?

- anonymous

0?

- anonymous

xD i dont know ho to this this is a pr test

- anonymous

pre*

- freckles

isn't a pretest testing to see where your knowledge is already at?
also what happen to your inequality when you added 11 on both sides? It is like you dropped the whole thing or something...
you had -7x-11<-109 and somehow you made all of it disappear?
Adding 11 on both sides looks like this:
-7x-11+11<-109+11
we did this to get -7x by itself
this works because -11+11 is 0
so you have
-7x+0<-109+11
or since adding anything to zero is still that anything you have
-7x<-109+11

- anonymous

yes thats a pretest but i dont know this stuff

- anonymous

i knew it was 0 so it stays the same?

- freckles

I say try your best on the pretest then. I'm guessing since it is a pretest it is to see where the class is so the teacher knows where to begin, right?

- freckles

If you don't know this, wouldn't you want your teacher to teach it?

- freckles

yes -11+11 is zero
but it doesn't make the inequality disappear
you still have to add 11 to the other side as I did above

- freckles

can you try simplifying the right hand side of the inequality

- anonymous

can you layout the problem?

- freckles

so you can't do the -109+11?

- anonymous

i honestly dont know this stuff im trying my best to learn

- freckles

-109+11
is the same as
-(109-11)
do you know how to take away 11 from 109?

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

98

- freckles

yes so -109+11 is -98

- anonymous

you there bud?

- freckles

me?

- anonymous

sorry i didnt see you typing

- freckles

\[-7x<-98\]
I will leave the rest to you because this is a test.
But I will give a 2 hints:
To undo the multiplication think division.
Also multiplying or dividing both sides by a negative number of an inequality will change the direction of the inequality.

- anonymous

its A

- freckles

yes you divide both sides by -7
but -7 is negative so you have > instead of <
so
we have
x>-98/-7=14
x>14
which means you want everything bigger than 14

- anonymous

ik it

- anonymous

so i got it right it was A?

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