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Solve Inequality - Algebra

by Jasmyn
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what number would you add to each side of the inequality to solve 13 < 4n- 14.4?

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Feb 26, 2012
Solve Inequality
by: Staff


Answer:


13 < 4n - 14.4

13 + 14.4 < 4n - 14.4 + 14.4

27.4 < 4n + 0

27.4 < 4n

27.4 / 4 < 4n / 4

6.85 < 4n / 4

6.85 < n * (4 / 4)

6.85 < n * (1)

6.85 < n


>>>the final answer is: n > 6.85



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