Algebra I Drill 3 Problem 2. How did Sandy change the inequality?
|Algebra||One-Variable Equations and Inequalities|
|Algebra I||Algebraic techniques|
|CAHSEE Math||Algebra I|
|Systems of Equations||Linear Inequalities|
This one is pretty straightforward – just look at the very first term –
we’re gonna want to multiply that negative 3 halves thing by 3x…
Well, in the rewrite she clearly got rid of that ugly prefix.
How? She just multiplied by the reciprocal of negative 3 halves or negative 2 thirds
and just condensed the left side to be 3x-5….
The right side then became 6 times negative 2/3 or … negative 4 cutely circled here.
Answer: D. As in, "Done."