Algerbra please help!!!!!

1. -4 -5(x+8)

2. 3x + 4(x-6)-3(x-7)

3. X+8<-28

4. D/13 > (with a line under it) -3

5. -5p>-30

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  1. My choices I pick are

    1. c
    2. A
    3. D
    4. C
    5. B

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  2. Ms.sue please help

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  3. You didn't show any choices or what your answers represent.

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  4. The choices are
    1. A. -5x-44
    B. -5x+36
    C. -x-8

    2. A. 4x-45
    C.10x -3
    D. 10x+45

    3. A. X<-36
    C. X<20
    D. X<36

    4. All the sign like these <,> have lines user them).

    B.d> 39

    5. A. P>6
    B. P<6
    C. P>-35
    D. P<35

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  5. Ms.sue I have the choices

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  6. Someone please help......!!!

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  7. 5 is correct.

    I believe the others are wrong. Check your math.

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