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Asked Oct 10, 2019
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Solve the compound inequality
-3x +1
s14
-8s
4
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Solve the compound inequality -3x +1 s14 -8s 4

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Step 1

Using the inequality:

 

If a ≤ u ≤ b then a ≤ u and u ≤ b

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-3x+and -3x+1214 -8 4 4

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Step 2

Take first inequality:

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-3x+1 -8 32 < -3x +1 4 -32-1-3x -33-3x 332 3x 112x

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Step 3

After solving the second ine...

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-3х +1 <14 4 -3x+1s14.4 -3x56-1 3x2-55 -55 x2

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