Pre-algebra

posted by Ashley

-9(f-6)<117

  1. Brian

    Again, just expand -9(f-6)
    -9f+54
    (Knowing how to do this is a must later)
    -9f+54<117
    -9f<63
    -f<7
    f>7

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