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I am guessing a more complete representation of this equation would look like this: 3(A+2)=2(A-7)? If so, the way to solve it would involve expanding the terms on either side of the equation, and then isolating the variable. To do this (we'll start with 3(A+2)), you multiply the number...

y < -2x + 10 (answer)

With linear equations (in this case, inequality), you must have two equations to find the ordered pair that defines the points where the two equations intersect. For example: if you have y=-2x+10 and y=3x-5, you would be able to determine the value of x by substituting the y in one equation...

When graphing linear equations, the easiest way is to put it into slope-intercept form: y=mx+b (m being the slope, and b being the y-intercept). So, to put the first equation into slope-intercept form, we subtract the 5x from both sides of the equation, resulting in 6y = -5x + 225. Then...