4x-7≥1

HI Aubry;

4x-7≥1

Let's add 7 to both sides...

7+4x-7≥1+7

4x≥8

Let' divide both sides by 4...

(4x/4)≥(8/4)

x≥2

Please do not forget...

If I had multiplied either side by a negative number, the ≥ would have become ≤.

4x-7≥1

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HI Aubry;

4x-7≥1

Let's add 7 to both sides...

7+4x-7≥1+7

4x≥8

Let' divide both sides by 4...

(4x/4)≥(8/4)

x≥2

Please do not forget...

If I had multiplied either side by a negative number, the ≥ would have become ≤.

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