Posted by **Michelle** on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 8:36pm.

The smallest real number in the solution set of 2x > 6 is 4.

A) True

B) False - The smallest real number in the solution set of 2x > 6 is 3.

C) False - The smallest real number in the solution set of 2x > 6 is a number greater than 3. For example, 3.01 is a real number that is in the solution set.

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**Reiny**, Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 9:40pm
2x > 6

x > 3

4 would be the smallest integer solution, but there is no "smallest real number" such that x > 3

If you claim you have the smallest number > 3 ,

then I will take the average of your number and 3 and it will be smaller.

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