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This compound inequality is solved in a similar fashion as normal inequalities:

\(17<7p+3<38\) | First step is to subtract 3 on all sides. |

\(14<7p<35\) | Divide by 7 on all sides of the compound inequality. |

\(2 < p < 5\) | You're done! |

The solutions, if you are wondering, is any value for *p *that satisfies its current restraints of 2 < p < 5.

TheXSquaredFactor Aug 10, 2017

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This compound inequality is solved in a similar fashion as normal inequalities:

\(17<7p+3<38\) | First step is to subtract 3 on all sides. |

\(14<7p<35\) | Divide by 7 on all sides of the compound inequality. |

\(2 < p < 5\) | You're done! |

The solutions, if you are wondering, is any value for *p *that satisfies its current restraints of 2 < p < 5.

TheXSquaredFactor Aug 10, 2017