Solve the following inequality:

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-9r + -7 ≤ -5r + -3
asked Jan 5, 2012 in Algebra by anonymous
    

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All you have to do is move the variables around so that you have r by itself on one side.

1.  It appears the easiest way for this particular case is isolating r on the right. so add 9r to boths sides.

2. then add 3 to both sides.

3. then divide by the coefficient in front of r to get the solution.
answered Jan 5, 2012 by kirby ~Expert~ (3,020 points)

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