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  • one year ago

What is the solution of 5a + 12 < 2 and 5a - 12 < 3?

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  1. anonymous
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    @Leong

  2. anonymous
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    Would I subtract 5 from each side for the first one?

  3. anonymous
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    nope

  4. anonymous
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    on the equation that have + 12 then you subtract both side with 12

  5. anonymous
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    on the equation that have -12 then you add 12 for both side

  6. anonymous
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    So subtract 12 from 12 and 5?

  7. anonymous
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    let's me do it.

  8. anonymous
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    5a + 12 < 2 and 5a - 12 < 3 - 12 -12 + 12 +12 5a < -10 and 5a <15

  9. anonymous
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    ah okay

  10. anonymous
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    next :v on both of the equation, you divide 5 for both side :) cuz it the same and both 5 are positive so you don't have to change < or > this time :)

  11. anonymous
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    okay

  12. anonymous
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    So would it be 1a<-2 and 1a <3 ?

  13. anonymous
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    yup :3

  14. anonymous
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    Yay! Thanks (:

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