# Subtract 1 from all three parts of the inequality

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isolate the x in the middle part. subtract 1 from all three parts of the inequality. flip the inequality symbol.
Points Received:1 of 1 Comments:Question 3.Question :When looking at the example in the slideshow,Graphing the Solution Set, in the media section of Chapter 8, the presenter states that the intersection of two inequalities is the portion of the number line that is shaded on both of the graphs.
Points Received:1 of 1 Comments:Question 4.Question :The speaker in Exercise 31 from Chapter 7, Dependent and Independent Systems, solved the system and got an answer of 0 = -15. This means there is/are ______ solution(s).
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Points Received:0 of 1 Comments:Question 5.Question :When looking at the example in the slideshow,Equations Involving Fractions or Decimals, in the media section of Chapter 7, the presenter suggests multiplying each equation by a value that will eliminate all of the denominators.