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29 November, 00:12

Solve.

-6a + 3 > - 3 - 6a

A.) a< 1/2

B.) a> 1/2

C.) no solution

D.) infinite numbers of solutions

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  1. 29 November, 14:28
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    -6a + 3 > - 3 - 6a

    take (-6a) from the right side to the left side, changing the sign:

    -6a + 3 + 6a > - 3

    then 3>-3

    this is always true, for all values of a

    answer:

    D.) infinite numbers of solutions
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