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

PLEASE HELP MY GRADE DEPENDS ON THIS

asked by james bond
  1. n/-3+5>4

    Do you mean

    (n/-3) + 5 > 4

    or

    n/(-3 + 5) > 4

    ??

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. No its n over -3 + 5 > 4. No parenthesees or anything

    posted by james bond
  3. n/-3+5>4

    n/2 > 4

    n > 8

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. I think he meant this
    (n/-3 )+5>4
    multiply by -3
    n-15>-12
    n>3

    posted by bobpursley

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