# SOLUTION: 1) 1/2q-5>3Q This is what i have so far and am stuck. 1q-5>3q 2) 13x-5=x+1 3)Not sure if the answer is right. But I did tried 3/4q+11=4q+37 3q+44=16q+148 16q+148=3q+44

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 Question 503517: 1) 1/2q-5>3Q This is what i have so far and am stuck. 1q-5>3q 2) 13x-5=x+1 3)Not sure if the answer is right. But I did tried 3/4q+11=4q+37 3q+44=16q+148 16q+148=3q+44 148 +60 16q = 3q+60 -3 -3 13 = 60 Divdie both sides by 13 answer is -4 4) 2/3y-7=5y+19 3y-21=15y+57 15y+57=3y-21 57 +57 15y = 3y-36 -3 -3 12y = 36 divide by 12 on both sides Answer 3 5)5z-3>3z+1 Answer by stanbon(57984)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!1) (1/2)q-5>3q Multiply both sides by 2 to get: q - 10 > 6q --- 5q< -10 --- q < -2 =================== 2) 13x-5=x+1 12x = 6 x = 1/2 =================== (3/4)q+11 = 4q+37 Multiply thru by 4 to get: 3q + 44 = 16q + 148 13q = -104 q = -8 ------------------------- 4) (2/3)y-7=5y+19 Multiply thru by 3 to get: 2y - 14 = 10y + 38 8y = -52 y = -13/2 --------------------------- 5)5z-3>3z+1 2z > 4 z > 2 -------------- Cheers, Stan H.