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Solve the inequality. (Enter INFINITY for infinity and -INFINITY for -infinity as needed.)
3<=1 - y

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    Subtract 1 from both sides.

    2 ≤ -y

    Multiply by -1, which changes the carat.

    -2 ≥ y

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