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How do you solve this inequality,
-3y>-x-15?

  • Algebra -

    Divide by -3 all the way through.
    so, y>(1/3)x+5

  • Algebra -

    Uh-oh,
    You need to reverse the inequality sign when you multiply or divide both sides by a negative number!

    should be:
    y < (1/3)x + 5

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