Advanced Mathematics
posted by Beverly .
Please help me solve this;
Solve these inequalities and graph your solution on a number line
(i) 2x1/5 ≥ x/2  2

2x1/5 ≥ x/2  2
how about multiplying each term by 10, the LCD, to get rid of the fractions
20x 2 ≥ 5x  20
15x ≥ 18
x ≥ 18/15
x≥  6/5
on a number line, label 6/5,
draw an open circle around it, and a line with an arrow at its end going to the left.
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