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## A question about Graph Problems

I have forgotten how to solve these type of problems and unfortunately, the question is in a book, so I can't provide the graphs.

Of the following, which could be the graph of
2 - 5x <= 6x - 5 / -3

On these type of problems, am I solving for "x" or am I "plugging in" numbers for "x", like 0,1,-1 etc etc?

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Originally Posted by mickgreen58
I have forgotten how to solve these type of problems and unfortunately, the question is in a book, so I can't provide the graphs.

Of the following, which could be the graph of
2 - 5x <= 6x - 5 / -3

On these type of problems, am I solving for "x" or am I "plugging in" numbers for "x", like 0,1,-1 etc etc?
I think solving for "X" is the better solution.

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Originally Posted by dissa
I think solving for "X" is the better solution.
2-5x <= 6x-5/-3

we have to keep in mind; when we multiply by -3 the inequality is going to change.

-6 + 15x >= 6x-5

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Originally Posted by mickgreen58
I have forgotten how to solve these type of problems and unfortunately, the question is in a book, so I can't provide the graphs.

Of the following, which could be the graph of
2 - 5x <= 6x - 5 / -3

On these type of problems, am I solving for "x" or am I "plugging in" numbers for "x", like 0,1,-1 etc etc?
Here,
2-5x<=(6x-5)/-3
Or,-6+15x=>6x-5
Or,9x=>1
Or, x=>1/9
So it will be a straight line parallel to y axis which cuts x axis at point 1/9. And also the region in the wright side of the line is included in this relation. It need to see the graph..........to be sure........

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