Inequality quiz help CHECK ANSWERS

1. Gavin needs to read at least 150 pages of his book this week. He has already read 82 pages. How many more pages

A. 82 + p >= 150; p >= 68

B. p + 82 <= 150; p <= 68****MY ANSWER

C. p - 72 >= 150; p >= 222

D. p - 82 <= 150; p <= 222

2. Solve the inequality.

x / -10 > 6

A. x > 60

B. x > -60*** MY ANSWER

C. x < -60

D. x < -4

3. Solve the inequality. Explain each step and identify the property used for each step.

5z ≥ –75

A. z ≤ –15

B. z ≤ 15

C. z ≥ –15

D.z ≥ –375***MY ANSWER

4. 2y – 2 <14

A. y > 6

B. y > 8***MY ANSWER

C. y < 8

D. y < 6

5. 25 > 1 - 3d

A. d < -8

B. d > 8

C. d < 8***MY ANSWER

D. d > -8

6. it's a written response and I don't know what it is. Step by step, not sure.

3a - 4 <= 5

7. Same for this one

n / -3 + 5 > 4

I appreciate all help. I don't want to fail, thanks so much.

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  1. http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1478790934

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    Ms. Sue
  2. I still need help on the last two

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  3. If you try the last two, I'll check your work.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. But, I don't even know how to do inequalities. You don't have to give me the answer, but can you walk me through it?

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  5. http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/inequality.html

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    Ms. Sue
  6. ight go to google n search for " inequality calculator " it helps , n before u submit ur answers , check all of em through the inequality calculator

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  7. thanks a lot

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  8. I can't do that, because of the question. Please help

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  9. Try mathpapa you can do any equation. Thats what I use because I at math.

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  10. I already submitted the test, I fail. NO ONE TAKE MY ANSWERS OR YOU'LL FAIL

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  11. For your first question, I believe the answer is 82 + p > 150; p > 68.

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  12. 1.a
    2.c
    3.b
    4.b
    5.c
    6.c
    7.a
    8. written answers
    9. Written answer

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  13. Why cant yall just give the answers like every other jiskha question.

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  14. Cause no one knows how to do em lol

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  15. yall be getting so hurt

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  16. Is moo right

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  17. No he is wrong

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  18. Answers:
    1. C
    2.C
    3. A
    4.C
    5. C
    6.C
    7. D

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  19. Thanks anonymous

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  20. 100% thanks anonymous

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  21. 1. C
    2.C
    3. A
    4.C
    5. C
    6.C
    7. D
    Is correct

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  22. anoamous is right

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  23. 1.c
    2.c
    3.a
    4.d
    5.c
    6.c
    7.a

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  24. Remember this and it will help you I promise!

    =/ <------------- Not equal. / Is suppose to go over the equal sign.

    < <------ Less than

    > <------ Greater than

    <_ <------ Less than or equal to. The line is suppose to go under the sign..

    >_ <------- Greater than or equal to. The line is suppose to go under the sign.

    Also remember, when you are graphing them if the sign is just like this > It is open dot. However, if the sign is like this >_ It is closed dot. When it is open dot that means it is not equal to it, but if it is closed dot it could be equal to that number. Give me a thumbs up if this was helpful!

    x>27 What is x?

    This sign says > It is greater than 27 but not equal to it, so x can be 28 to infinty does that make since to you? If not give me a problem and I will work it out for you.

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  25. the senate approves these questions

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  26. C
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    C
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    D

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  27. Question 1 is A.

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  28. Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4

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  29. Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4
    Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4
    Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4
    Solve the inequality. Explain all steps and identify the properties used.
    n/-3+5>4

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  30. thats the answer for people in 2021 november or october im typing this in 2020 so yeah those are the answers im not lying

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  31. They change over time tho

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  32. @Anonymous is correct! Thank you!

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  33. Do not use @Anonymous's answers!

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  34. why not ms.sue

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  35. i used those answer and got a 82%

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