Posted by **Rose** on Thursday, December 14, 2006 at 7:10pm.

solve the compound inequality

3x-5>-17 and 4x+3<15

my answer: -4<x<3

Let's look at your problem:

3x - 5 > -17 and 4x + 3 < 15

x > -4 and x < 3

Or written another way: -4 < x < 3

Good job!

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