mikewwe13:

What is the justification for each step in solving the inequality? 2x + 2/3 ≤ 3x − 5/6 Select from the drop-down menus to correctly justify each step. Statement Reason 2x + 2/3 ≤ 3x − 5/6 Given 2x ≤ 3x − 3/2 Choose: Multiplication or Division Property of Order, Distributive Property, or Addition or Subtraction Property of Order −x ≤ −3/2 Choose: Addition or Subtraction Property of Order, Distributive Property, or Multiplication or Division Property of Order −x/−1 ≤ −3/2/−1 Choose: Addition or Subtraction Property of Order, Distributive Property, or Multiplication or Division Property of Order x ≥ 3/2 Choose: Addition or Subtraction Property of Order, Distributive Property, or Multiplication or Division Property of Order

10 months ago
mikewwe13:

@Vocaloid

10 months ago
dude:

Well first off how you would you get from \[2x + 2/3 ≤ 3x − 5/6\\ to\\ 2x ≤ 3x − 3/2 ~?\]

10 months ago
mikewwe13:

add or subtract

10 months ago
dude:

How do you get rid of a number from an equation?

10 months ago
mikewwe13:

by solving it

10 months ago
mikewwe13:

but i have 31 questions to get done here

10 months ago
dude:

\[Hint\\ 2x+\boxed {2/3}\color{red}{-2/3}≤3x−5/6\color{red}{-2/3}\\ =2x+≤3x-3/2\]

10 months ago
mikewwe13:

divide

10 months ago
dude:

No \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @dude \[Hint\\ 2x+2/3\color{red}{\boxed-2/3}≤3x−5/6\color{red}{\boxed-2/3}\\ \] \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) \[\]

10 months ago
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