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Solve the following inequality:
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-7n + 5 ≥ 5n + -43
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1. to solve you must isolate n, (get n on one side by itself)
I will move n to the right side by adding 7n to both sides resulting in:
5>=12n-43
2. now add 43 to both sides.
48>=12n
3. Now divide both sides by 12 and thats your answer.
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