Posted by TTR+S<3 on .
Um... i cant find anything about this in the textbook, help??!!
1. m  7 < 6 (1 point)
m < 1
m > 1
m < 13
m < 13
2. x + 4.5 > 5.5 (1 point)

x > 10

x > 1

x > 0.1

x < 1

3. p + 12 > 9 (1 point)
p > 21
p > 3
p > 21
p > 3
4. Translate the following statement into an inequality: Five less than a number is at least nine. (1 point)
x  5 > 9

x  9 > 5
x  5 > 9
x  5 < 9

5. Which inequality has the solution shown in the graph? (1 point)
<>
<^
6 5 3 2 1 0 1
a  3 < 5

a  3 < 5
a  3 < 5
a  3 > 2
Thx for all ur help!!!!!

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TTR+S<3,
sry, the ^ on question 5 is supposed to be above the 2 and continues to 6

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PsyDAG,
An inequality is treated just like an equation, except that multiplying/dividing by a negative value reverses the carat (< to >).
Post your answers, and we will be happy to respond to them. 
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TTR+S<3,
and all those lines, underneath some of the answers, are supposed to be underneath the </> signs...

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TTR+S<3,
im from connections academy...
1. C
2. B
3. D
4. A
5th ones got me 
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TTR+S<3,
and for number 5, it is an open circle above the 2 and the line goes down

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Steve,
14 are all correct
For #5, the open circle means it's not A.
If a < 2 is the answer (open circle, shading left of 2), then
a3 < 5 is the proper choice. 
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TTR+S<3,
Thank You!!!!!!! Got 100%!

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anon,
got a 100% thank you!

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Anonymous,
5th one is C