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Q: What is the inequality for 5 times a number decreased by 10 is greater than -5?

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The inequality that fits this condition is that x is greater than or equal to -12.

5n > 25

5-11x>71

When 3 times a number is decreased by 4 the result is 17. what is the number?

x > -26

The question is not phrased appropriately enough to derive meaning from it. Taken literally, you wish the number 87 to have a number subtracted from it. And that number is to be three times a number that is greater than 165. 166 is greater. And three times that is 498. And 87 minus 498 is negative 411. However, there an infinite number of numbers that are greater than 165. That was the first.

In Mathematics, an inequality is a relation which holds between two values when they are different. 100 is 10 times greater than 10, meaning if 10 is multiplied by 10, the answer would be 100.

10x + 5 > 12x - 2 7 > 2x 7/2 > x

let x=the number 87-3*(x)>165

It is 10 times greater.

The number is 4

Then the number is 20.5

Then the number is 20

No, 100 times greater.

The number is 26

three times a number decreased by eleven

6n - 3n which simplifies to 3n.

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It is 'base' times greater, that is 10 times greater if you are looking at a decimal number. Two times greater if you are looking at a binary number. Etc etc

Answer = 7 - 3n

2x - 6

50-8n

6 - 3x

3x-14=4

It is 10,000 times greater because 10,000 times 5 = 50,000

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