algebra 1
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who is correct and why?
chloe jonas
3<2x5<7 3<2x5<7
3<2x<12 8<2x<7
3/2<x<6 4<x<7/2
2) solve each inequality for x. assume a is constant and a>0
a. 3<ax+1< or equal to 5
b. 1/ax+6<1 or 2ax>8
3) create an example of a compound inequality containing or that has infinitely many solutions.
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