sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
Please help! I will medal if you explain the answer with steps! Solve the inequality: n / -3 + 5 > 4
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  • jamiebookeater
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amitrashok
  • amitrashok
ok sub 5 on each side
amitrashok
  • amitrashok
then multiply by -3 on each side
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
Now it is n / -3 > -1 ?

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amitrashok
  • amitrashok
yah then multiply by -3
amitrashok
  • amitrashok
you got it
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
n > -3 now ??
amitrashok
  • amitrashok
no you have to take out the negative sign
amitrashok
  • amitrashok
because you are multipliing two negatives together so it will be a positive
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
Oh so n > 3 ?
amitrashok
  • amitrashok
yup
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
That's it??
amitrashok
  • amitrashok
yah its easy
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
Oh ok....I thought it was harder than it really is. Thanks @amitrashok !
amitrashok
  • amitrashok
no prob
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's n < 3
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
I'm confused. @amitrashok
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
Because if a number greater than 3 was substituted with n, the result would not be greater than 3.
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
@VelvetRoux How did you get the answer?
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.tiger-algebra.com/
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
???? Nevermind I am so confused. Nevermind. I give up.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer is n < 3 there's nothing else to it really. If you go to the link I sent it will give you the answer and show the work.
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
The steps it shows me is not how I was tought.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you in k12?
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
I go to Connections Academy
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh ok.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well the answer is n < 3.
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
Yeah I know...I'll have to figure out a way to explain my steps though
anonymous
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anonymous
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I gtg bye.
anonymous
  • anonymous
If I helped in any way a medal would be nice but bye
sarahjoy26
  • sarahjoy26
Thanks

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