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posted by mike .
can someone solve these for me?
3x  9 > 12
4  x >= 10
x + 3/4 >= 1/2
2x > 10
To solve, treat inequalities just as you would equations. For example,
2x>10
2x/2>10/2
x>5
I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
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