Posted by Anonymous on Monday, October 19, 2009 at 4:56pm.
First, get all the constants on one side, so
1. subtract 2 from both sides.
Now you have a multiple of 7 on the left. You only want a single y on the left so:
2. Divide both sides by 7.
Now you have a nice clean inequality in y!
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