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HI i am wondering if anyone could explain to me how to do the following linear inequality questions:
1/2x+3/4y (is less than or equal to) 8
and
5y-(4+y)(is greater than)0

and where can i practice more like so...
thanks
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(Original post by Bence9912)
HI i am wondering if anyone could explain to me how to do the following linear inequality questions:
1/2x+3/4y (is less than or equal to) 8
and
5y-(4+y)(is greater than)0

and where can i practice more like so...
thanks
Uh what is the question actually asking you to do? Cos all I can think of doing is simplifying it.

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Solve the following linear inequalities
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(Original post by Bence9912)
HI i am wondering if anyone could explain to me how to do the following linear inequality questions:
1/2x+3/4y (is less than or equal to) 8
and
5y-(4+y)(is greater than)0

and where can i practice more like so...
thanks
Well I suppose you would solve the bottom equation to find y is greater than something. Then you'd put the minimum value of y into the top equation to find a maximum value of X.

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These are two different questions
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#6
(Original post by Bence9912)
These are two different questions
Well in that case other than simplifying the second equation I really don't see what else you can do

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