Posted by **shelly** on Wednesday, July 4, 2007 at 8:55pm.

4x = y > 6

does it make since if you put a line under >. Because that is the question I am suppose to figure out.

The sentence says that 4x is equal to y. But y is greater than or equal to six.

dividing thru by 4, this means that

x=y/4, and therefore, x greater than or equal to 6/4.

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