Q: Solve this inequality 9h 2-79

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Solve the inequality and enter your solution as an inequality comparing the variable to the solution. -33+x<-33

The above is not an inequality as stated.

I would not waste my time, because that's not an inequality.

You solve an inequality in the same way as you would solve an equality (equation). The only difference is that if you multiply or divide both sides of an inequality by a negative number, you must reverse the inequality sign. Thus, if you have -3x < 9 to find x, you need to divide by -3. That is a negative number so -3x/(-3) > 9/(-3) reverse inequality x > -3

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

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

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

h <9

h is just a variable like x, y, or z.

9h + 2 < - 79 subtract 2 to both sides 9h < - 81 divide by 9 to both sides h < -9 All numbers less than 9 are solutions for the inequality. Note that 9 is not a solution.

h=16

This is not an inequality. There is no <,>, or = sign.

Solve the inequality and enter your solution as an inequality comparing the variable to the solution. -33+x<-33

There is no equation not inequality. So there is nothing to solve!

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x>-9