Solve the following inequality:

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-9r + -7 ≤ -5r + -3
asked Jan 6, 2012 in Algebra by anonymous
    

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For an inequality type of question your goal is to isolate the variable, in this case r.  It doesn't necessarily which side you leave r on, however it seems easier to isolate it on the right side in this problem.

1. add 9 r to both sides. -7<=4r-3

2. add 3 to both sides to get r by itself, -4<=4r

3. now divide both sides by 4 to isolate r. -1<=r

Hope this helps
answered Jan 6, 2012 by pokemonmaster ~Expert~ (3,856 points)

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