SOLUTION: 5(r-8)+4>6(r+2)-28 solve

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Question 253769: 5(r-8)+4>6(r+2)-28 solve

Answer by MRperkins(300) About Me  (Show Source):
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Distribute the 5 and the 6
Combine your constants (the numbers without r. Get all of your r on one side of the inequality and all of you constants on the other side. multiply or divide to get r by itself. If you multiply or divide by a negative number across the inequality, then you must flip the inequality sign.
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