Solve the following inequality:

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m + -5 > 7m + -53
asked Jan 5, 2012 in Algebra by anonymous
    

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As with most inequalities the goal is to isolate the variable.

So get on one side, the recommend the right side to make things simpler in this equation anyway.

1. so after subtracting m from both sides  you get -5>6m-53

2. now add 53 to both sides to isolate m

3. lastly divide both sides by 6 to get m by itself and there you go.

Please comment if you need any more help.
answered Jan 5, 2012 by pokemonmaster ~Expert~ (3,856 points)

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