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posted by Angie .
Solve this inequality.
k>2.5

k > 2.5
k > 2.5
or
k > 2.5 
hmm
agree with k>2.5
However when you multiply or divide an ineqality by a negative, change the arrow direction
k >2.5
so
k < 2.5 in other words to the left on number line 
oh hahaha yeah, damon is right. i was thinking like, 3.5 > 2.5 and it's not.

thanks
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