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 Question 27505: can you help me with these problems 1. y-4<-1 2. r+6<-1 thank you so much Click here to see answer by vincygrrl22(7)

 Question 28495: i need help with this i got it wrong on a test but i think its right!!! 2x-6>2 or 3x-2<16 my answer... x>4 or x<6 Click here to see answer by josmiceli(10616)

 Question 28505: sove quadratic equation by taking square root. sove (2x+2)^2 = 64 I have done: 4x^2 + 4 = 64 4x^2=60 divide by 4 x^2=60/4 x=sqrt 15 AM I DOING THIS RIGHT? Click here to see answer by LilSkittleMd(119)
 Question 28505: sove quadratic equation by taking square root. sove (2x+2)^2 = 64 I have done: 4x^2 + 4 = 64 4x^2=60 divide by 4 x^2=60/4 x=sqrt 15 AM I DOING THIS RIGHT? Click here to see answer by bmauger(101)

 Question 28341: Caitlin is 21 years old, which is 6 less then 3 times Kims age. Which equaition could be used to slove for Kims age? How old is kim? Click here to see answer by emmychan(11)

 Question 28805: The admission fee to a video game arcade is \$1.25 per person, and it costs \$0.50 for each game played. Latoya and Donetta have a total of \$10.00 to spend. What is the greatest number of games they will be able to play? Click here to see answer by Paul(988)

 Question 28799: A hunter needs at least 300 pounds of deer corn per season. He has 60 pounds of corn left over from last season. If the deer corn is bought in 20-lb bags, find the number of bags of corn that are needed for the season? Click here to see answer by Lal(16)

 Question 28803: Jan wants to buy 3 yards of fabric at \$3.58 per yard for a blouse. She also wants to buy 2 yards of a diferent fabric for a skirt. If the most Jan can spend is \$20, what is the maximum price per yard she can pay for skirt fabric? Click here to see answer by Lal(16)

 Question 28801: Justin wants to have at least a 75 test aveerage in Algebra 1 this six weeks. He will have 3 test grades. He recieved a 72 and a 76 on the first two tests. What must he make on the third test to receive at least a 75 average? Click here to see answer by stanbon(60771)

 Question 29078: solve compound inequality. state solution set using interval notation and graph it. 1/3x>2 and 1/4x>2 Click here to see answer by Nate(3500)

 Question 29216: Write the inequality in words. x < 27 Click here to see answer by bmauger(101)

 Question 29440: I am in math 095 and am having a hard time with inequalities. Please help. Thanks. The question is: -11 < 6x-5< 7 I added five on all three but now i am stuck. What is next?? Click here to see answer by josmiceli(10616)

 Question 29452: Did I do this problem correctly?? I have to solve for y. Ax + By + c = 0 -Ax -Ax= By+ C = 0 - Ax -C - C= By = 0 - Ax - C= divide by B on both sides and that will equal y = 0 - Ax - C divided by B I would love some help on this. Thanks. Click here to see answer by Earlsdon(6294)

 Question 29445: hey just a quick question and i need some help i don't know how to solve this 9x-(x-8)>x+29 can any1 help please Click here to see answer by Earlsdon(6294)

 Question 28848: Angelica is a sales representive for an appliance distributor. She needs to make at least \$5000 in weekly sales of a particular TV model to quailfy for a sales competition to win a trip to the Bahamas. If the TV's sell for \$250 each, how many TVs will she have to sell to qualify? Click here to see answer by drizzit66@yahoo.com(2)

 Question 29472: The problem is: 7 < 3 - x < 5 I came out with: 4 < x < 2 This does not seem right to me. Please help. Thanks. Click here to see answer by longjonsilver(2297)

 Question 29595: -s+4=7s-3 ... how do you do them with variables on both sides ? Click here to see answer by Earlsdon(6294)