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Find m<2 if m<2 = 3x + 4 and m<2 = 5x - 120.

im having trouble in goemetry and this is one of my test questions tomrrow mornning !

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Sylvester J. | Math tutor with six years of experienceMath tutor with six years of experience
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Simply M<2 and is equal to this value if you find m and plug in this value will be less than 2. The second is the same issue. Simply set both equation equal to each other and solve and you have the value for m.
3x+4=5x-120
Andrew M. | The ExplainerThe Explainer
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Are you saying m is less than 2? What it the title of the chapter in your this question might be coming from?