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Math Review: Inequalities

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3.1-3.3 Solving 1-step inequalities

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Created Date 10.03.18
Last Updated 10.03.18
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  • m - 1 > -16
  • x - 17 < -29
  • -3 > n - 8
  • -19 > p - 3
  • -6 < 4 + n
  • a - ( - 3) < 13
  • 48 > - 12x
  • - 12v > -12
  • -3 > x / 10
  • - 6r > -72
  • 44 > - 11n
  • - 108 < 12x
  • 65 < - 5x
  • -2 > b / 11
  • - 216 < 18k
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