I need so much help wit this question so much its hurting my brain

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Just multiply Both sides of equation by 2

m/ 2 < -5

m < -10

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Woodland Hills, CA

!!!

Just multiply Both sides of equation by 2

m/ 2 < -5

m < -10

Ellenwood, GA

(m/2)<(-5)

Use cross multiplication to cancel out the two in the denominator.

2*(m/2)<2*(-5)

Cancel out

2(m/2)<2*(-5)

Leaves you with a 1 in the denominator

(m/1)<(2*-5)

Multiply a positive and a negative

m<(-10)

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