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I also have an answer for this one. Just need to be sure.
Says to solve then graph.
x +9>2;
x + 9 - 9> 2 - 9

x > - 7. I believe this means anything to the right of -7 could be a solution. I would graph this with an open circle at -7 and shade to the right of the number line.

  • ALGEBRA -

    That is correct! good job! :)

  • ALGEBRA -

    Thank you! I actually have another problem that i solved. For this one I need to use the multiplication principle. 7x (greater then or equal to symbol)-6. What I did was divide by 7x on both sides and came up with a decimal of 0.857. I would rather leave it in fraction form at x (greater then or equal to symbol) -6/7. What do you think?

  • ALGEBRA -

    yes that is correct then on the graph it would be a filled in circle at -6/7 going to the right.

  • ALGEBRA -

    perfect. Thank you again. :)

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    is my

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