Algbra
posted by Zach .
I need help with the following problem.
6 less than or equal to 3 + 1/3a less than or equal to 5
Please show steps and answer. Thanks.

6 </= 3+a/3 </= 5 I assume not as you wrote it with a in the denominator
6 </= 3+a/3 </= 5
9 </= a/3 </= 2
27 </= a </= 6
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