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Posted by brittney on Monday, January 19, 2009 at 7:58pm.

i am having trouble with solving inequalitys... how do you solve t+6>-3

Assign a value to t as long as that value keeps the statement true, then it is correct. t in this would be anything greater than -9 to solve it it would look like: t+6>-3 -6 -6 t>-9

t + 6 > -3 add -6 to both sides t > -9

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