Posted by **Chad** on Sunday, November 8, 2009 at 4:01pm.

solve each inequality algebraically and give the answer by using interval notation.

5-9y <_ (less than or equal to) 19-2y

I got -2y <_ (less than or equal to) y; (-2, infinity]. But the back of the book answer says [infinity, -2). What am I doing wrong?

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