(4/3) x + 5 < 17mmm4444bot said:The steps to solve this inequality are exactly the same steps we would use to solve the equation.
(1) Subtract 5 from both sides, to isolate the x-term on the lefthand side.
(2) Multiply both sides by 3/4, to solve for x.
You were given the following inequality to solve for x.Edwin_R said:i can still do it my way right ? I'm not sure; I do not understand your reasoning (see below).
because you said that i will still get the same answer No. What I said is that MY result matches yours; I never said that you would get the same.
can you give me a problem like that and ill solve it please Sure. I'll post it below.
Hi Edwin:Edwin_R said:i only got the first one, i put (8) on the left
(8) 3/8 x + 7/8 > 1
cross out all the 8s and then multiply 8 x 7 and 8 x 1 then bring it down
3x 56 > 8 This is not correct.