solving inequalities
the sum of three consecutive even integers is at least 80 and at most 90. what is the largest possible combination of these three integers?
the sum of three consecutive even integers is at least 80 and at most 90. what is the largest possible combination of these three integers?
If you multiple a number by 6 and the subtract -10 the difference is -44. What is the number?
x²+15<5x
solve for x = 2|x-1|+20<25
my problem is: y (less than or equal to) (-2/3)X + 3 y (less than or equal to) (4/3)X - 3 I know how to graph it I just do not understand the shading and how...
the possible values for y variable should be in the range of what??
a car can be rented from Johny's Car Rental for $2000 per day with no charge for mileage or from Car Rental Exclusive for $1000 per day plus $20 for each kilometer driven. If a car is to be...
–3x – 5 ≤ –20
This is solving inequalites
what is negative ten plus one third "y" greater than or equal to two third "y"