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### MAT116Week3DQ1

Course: MATH 116 MAT/116, Spring 2011
School: University of Phoenix
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Question Daily 1: The inequality sign changes when you multiply or divide by a negative number because you are switching the signs of the values in the equality. Therefore, if you are switching the values then you must switch the sign as well. Once the values become negative, that means that negatives are flipped from one side to the other or they are abolished altogether if both sides are negative. If the sign...

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Question Daily 1: The inequality sign changes when you multiply or divide by a negative number because you are switching the signs of the values in the equality. Therefore, if you are switching the values then you must switch the sign as well. Once the values become negative, that means that negatives are flipped from one side to the other or they are abolished altogether if both sides are negative. If the sign not is flipped it makes the solution a whole different range of numbers, because it changes the inequality. This does not happen with equations because if you flip an equal sign, it is still an equal sign and nothing has changed. The hardest part of this question is to write an inequality for my classmates to solve. Regardless, I have done just that and I hope it is not to pathetic!!!! Solve: -6x+8 > -9+8
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