1.Solve the inequality $2x - 5 \le -x +12$. Give your answer as an interval.

2.Solve the inequality $-4(x + 4) > x + 7.$ Give your answer as an interval.

Rayjplayz Jun 29, 2020

#3**+1 **

i'm assuming you already know how to do this and this was just to do for fun, so I'll do them! :)

for number 1, i got

\(2x - 5 \le -x +12\)

\(3x-5\le12\)

\(3x\le17 \)

\(x\le\frac{17}{3}\)

\(\boxed{(-\infty, \dfrac{17}{3}]}\)

for number 2, i got

\(-4(x+4)>x+7\)

\(-4x-16>x+7\)

\(-4x>x+23\)

\(-5x>23\)

\(x<-\frac{23}{5}\)

\(\boxed{(-\infty,-\dfrac{23}{5})}\)

let me know if i got these right! :D

lokiisnotdead Jun 29, 2020