The inequality sign got lost when writing the question. Anyway, inequalities are basically solved the same way as equations; you transfer everything that has the variable ("x") to one side, and everything else to the other side of the equation - or inequality. The major care you must take is that in an inequality, if you multiply or divide by a negative number, the inequality sign changes direction - for example, a less-than becomes a greater-than.
so = -4y < -20 making y < 5
You cannot solve it because it is an expression - not an equation nor inequality.
It is an algebraic expression. An inequality includes '>' or '
There appears to be no inequality in the question: only some disjoint expressions. Expressions cannot be solved.
Solve x + 6 = -3 I want to get the x by itself; that is, I want to get "x" on one side of the "equals" sign, and some number on the other side. Since I want just x on the one side, this means that I don't like the "plus six" that's currently on the same side as the x. Since the 6 is added to the x, I need to subtract to get rid of it. That is, I will need to subtract a 6 from the x in order to "undo" having added a 6 to it. What you would see here is that I've subtracted 6 from both sides, drawn an "equals" bar underneath both sides, and added down: x plus nothing is x, 6 minus 6 is zero, and -3 plus -6 is -9. The solution is the last line of my work: x = -9. You can do the same for inequality but the equal sign is now an inequality, so x + 6 ≤ -3. Use the same process as if the inequality were still the equal sign. You will get the same answer but with the inequality, so the solution is x≤ -9.
There cannot be an answer since there is no equation or inequality. The expression can be simplified to -6f -6 or -6(f + 1)
It is 5,000,000 or 5 million.
Pressumably you want to solve for "a". Divide both sides of the inequality by 3. That will give you the solution.
3x + 2x < 6 Add the terms on the left side: 5x < 6 One can perform the same operation to both sides of the inequality. If one divides by a positive number then the inequality retains it 'sense'. In this case, it remains a '<'. Divide both sides by 5: 5x / 5 < 6 / 5 x < 6 / 5 ( the answer )
A number is called a "solution" for an inequality if, when you plug that number into the variable, the inequality becomes true. For example, 4 is a solution to the inequality "x + 5 < 10", because when you plug in 4 for x, you get "4 + 5 < 10", which is true. (4 plus 5 is 9, which is less than 10.) On the other hand, 6 is not a solution to the inequality "x + 5 < 10", because when you plug in 6 for x, you get "6 + 5 < 10", which is false. (6 plus 5 is 11, which isn't less than 10.)
Through signs of inequality Solve each inequality Graph the solution? 2(m-3)+7<21 4(n-2)-6>18 9(x+2)>9(-3)
It can be simplified to 2x^2 +x -6 and factored to (2x-3)(x+2)
6 + 10 = 16
2x + 6 = what? There is not enough information to solve for x.
The question contains an expression, not an equation (nor inequality). An expression cannot be solved.
The question contains an expression but no equation (or inequality). An expression cannot have an answer.
Q=CV, with Q=(5x10) = 50 Coulombs, and C=5x10^-6 Farads, therefore: 50 = 5x10^-6 x V V = 50 / (5x10^-6) = 10,000,000 Volts. Seems like rather a lot! Maybe there's a typo in the question? Either way, use Q=CV to give the right answer. is this right seems rather high to (50 volts?)
2/3 +4/6 =