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How is solving for a specified variable in a formula similar to finding a solution for an equation or inequality? How is it different?
give some examples

  • Algebra -

    Both are solved the same way, except with in inequality, multiplying/dividing by a negative number changes the direction of the carat.

    6 > -2x
    -12 < x

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