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That's not an equation, and there's no solution required.

An equation has an 'equals' sign ( " = " ) somewhere in it.

That expression is just 9h - 77. Its numerical value depends on what 'h' is. Every time

'h' changes, the value of that expression changes. That's all there is to say about it.

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Q: Solve this equation 9h plus 2 - 79?

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9h + 2 < - 79 9h < - 81 h < - 9

The answer to 9h + 2 < -79 is H < -9

9h+2<-79 yea that's the question but what's the answer?

-9

9h + 2 = -79 9h = -81 h = -81/9 h = -9

-9h-6+12h+40=22 -9h+12h=22-40+6 3h=-12 h=-4

-9h - 6 + 12h + 40 = 22 ie 3h = 22 + 6 - 40 h= -12/3 = -4

h <9

h is the 8th letter on the English alphabet..

-9h - 6 + 12h + 40 = 22, simplifying this gives12h - 9h + 40 - 6 = 223h + 34 = 22, taking 34 off both sides gives3h + 34 - 34 = 22 - 343h = -12, thush = -12/3 = -4

It is not an equation because there's no equal sign but some kind of algebraic expression.

h=16