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posted by Keaton .
Use < or > to make the statement true.
11 > 5 is this right.
Solve for the indicated letter.
b=2c for c
The solution is c=2*c is this right.
Solve
0.5<20
THe solution is (x4
Check these problem for me please

I need some help with these problem.

I need some help with these problem
please help me!!!!! 
NOBODY ANSWER THESE PROBLEM WHY

11 is less than 5, not more. (Use a money analogy.)
To solve for c, divide both sides of the equation by 2.
Since there is no unknown in your third problem, there is no solution. Where did you get the x?
You need to type your data accurately, when you ask questions. That is probably why nobody else answered your post.
I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
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