Solve - 4m + n = 19 m- 4n = 26 6. Solve and graph X + 6...

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                                              Solve 1.  determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the  inequality ( 3, 17); 2y – 3x >5 2.  The solution set is what   -7/2x   -9/4 3.  solve by the elimination method the solution set is what   2x + 4y = 6   2x – 4y = -26 4.  solve by the elimination method    0.3x – 0.2y = 4   0.2x + 0.5y = -21/23
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5.  solve by the substitution the solution set is
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Unformatted text preview: 4m + n = 19 m- 4n = 26 6. Solve and graph X + 6 > 1 7. graph and write the solution in interval notation X < 9 and x -6 8. solve the solution set is what (3 + 2x ) + 2 17 9. The perimeter of a rectangle is 104 inches. The length exceeds the width by 30 inches, so find the length and the width 10. solve and graph the compound inequality 6x + 3 -27 or 8x + 3 -21...
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course MAC 1106 taught by Professor Petruska during the Spring '08 term at Pensacola Junior College.

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Solve - 4m + n = 19 m- 4n = 26 6. Solve and graph X + 6...

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