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Solve t/3 - 5 < t - 2 + 2t <= -3t + 7.

 Apr 21, 2022
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Hint: This looks complicated, but you can rewrite it into the system of inequalities \(\begin{cases}\dfrac t3 - 5 < t - 2 + 2t\\t - 2 + 2t \leq -3t + 7\end{cases}\), solve each inequality, and find the range of values of t which satisfies both inequalities. Now it just becomes two separate linear inequalities in t.

 Apr 22, 2022
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t E (pretend its the curvy E) (-9/8, 3/2)

 Apr 22, 2022

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