Algebra
posted by Mike .
11. Solve: 2  5x ≥ 3x  14:
a. x ≤ 2
b. x ≥ 2
c. x ≤ 4
d. x ≥ 1

Start by subtracting 2 from both sides.
This gives 5x >= 3x 16
Then, subtract 3x from both sides.
This gives 8x >= 16
Then, divide by 8 on both sides
x>=2
so, a. would be your answer I believe
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