Posted by **Jessica** on Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 4:32pm.

Hi. I have an answer for this and just need to confirm it. 2x+5(less than or equal to sign here)x + 6.

I minused the x's on both sides of the greater then equal to sign; x +5 (greater then or equal to sign) = 6; x +5-5 (the sign here) 6-5 gives me x (greater than equal to sign) = 1

Final answer.

Thank you!

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