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posted by B.B. .
Could someone please help me with this problem? I need to solve 5/2x greater than or equal to 7/4.
Here is the answer that I got but I 'm sure that it is not correct.
x greater than or equal to 35/8.
Thanks.

5+5= 10+10= 11+11=
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