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This is my “ and compound inequality : -18<4x+2 ≤30 Split into separate inequalities 4x+2>-18 4x+2≤30 Rearrange the values 4x>-18-2 4x+2≤30 Calculate the difference 4x>-20 4x+2≤30 Divide both equation sides by 4 x>-20/4 4x+2≤30 Divide the values x>-5 4x+2≤30 Rearrange the values x>-5 4x≤30-2 Calculate the difference x>-5 4x≤28 Divide both equation sides by 4 x>-5 x ≤ 28/4 Divide the values x>-5
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x≤7 This is the number line graph of the solution set -----I-----I-----I-----I----- --I-----I-----I-----I-----I-----I- -0 ---I-----I-----I-----I-----I        -12   -10 -8    -6     -4    -2     0     2     4     6     8    10   12   14   16
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