# SOLUTION: I have another one I'm not sure about it says to solve the compound inequality 7>-4x+6 or 10&#8804;-5x+4 The answer I got was (-&#8734;,&#8734;)is this correct? Thanks for your

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 Question 250981: I have another one I'm not sure about it says to solve the compound inequality 7>-4x+6 or 10≤-5x+4 The answer I got was (-∞,∞)is this correct? Thanks for your time.Answer by vksarvepalli(154)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!no its wrong, the answer will be (-∞,-1.2]u(-0.25,-∞) u here means union 7>-4x+6 gives the first region of solutions 10≤-5x+4 gives the other since it is 'or' here it is union of the two regions