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6y+1<19
2r-8>6
b-5>-2
2y+1<-5
4x-6>-10

okay sorry , i have no idea how to do them i have tryed but i don't get it

I will do one:

6y+1 <19
6y< `18
y<3

no you are not doing it right inequalitys do not have a certain answer like for a+4<10 the answer would be less then 5

Treat the arrows just like an equal sign
EXCEPT
If you multiply (or divide which is the same thing) both sides by a negative number, then reverse the direction of the arrow.

First - he did it right
he said y < 3 which is y less than 3

Second
You did that wrong
if
"a+4<10 the answer would be less then 5"
NO - subtract 4 from both sides
a < 6 !!!!!!

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