Find all the values of x that satisfy the inequality 5- x-1 < -3x + 2. 2
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Originally Posted by skweres1 Find all the values of x that satisfy the inequality 5- x-1 < -3x + 2. 2 is this what you mean ...
Originally Posted by skweres1 Find all the values of x that satisfy the inequality 5- x-1 < -3x + 2. 2 I suppose you mean "Find all the values of x that satisfy the inequality 5-(x-1) =< -3x+2" (were =< means "less or equal") We then have Or if you mean
Last edited by fkf; November 24th 2012 at 03:07 PM.
Yes sorry meant to put the 2 under the x-1
YES sorry!!
Originally Posted by skweres1 Yes sorry meant to put the 2 under the x-1 I did edit my earlier post. The trick is to multiply the terms on both the sides with 2.
Thank you!!!!
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