Algebra II/Trig
posted by Mary .
solve each inequality:
12t>5
and the answer is:
t<3
because you subtract one form both sides and get 2t>6
and that's really positive and divide by 2 and that's where the three comes from
... but why does the > symbol change to < ?!
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