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anyone? :( need help.

where are you stuck?

@peachpi just the whole problem I don't understand.

@peachpi sorry forgot to tag you

when you add, the 80 on the left will cancel.
On the right, what's 60 + 80

@peachpi 140

right. show me what your inequality looks like now. I just want to make sure we're on the same page

@peachpi wait im still confused

we added 80 to both sides|dw:1444403350937:dw|

now you should have this|dw:1444403417956:dw|

@peachpi ah okay! I understand now!

|dw:1444403666243:dw|

\[n>-\frac{ 140 }{ p }\]

@peachpi Oh okay! I get it. what would the answer be?

that is the answer

you're welcome