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Question $4$ $12.5$ pts
Solve:
$-5n+7<57$ and $6n$
(Lesson $1-6C\right)$
$0s8-10:$
$0$ $n>-6$
$O$ $-10<n\leq -5$
$○$ $n<8$

10th-13th grade

Algebra

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Please show the work on how you got the answers also this is “And”compound inequalitySolution

Qanda teacher - anku1911

I think you have not cropped the photo correctly, because second inequality is not visible.

I tried to solve, from whatever I can see.

Student

That’s is the whole problem

Qanda teacher - anku1911

If you can, please crop the image again, and send it to me, so that I can help you solve it

Last part, where it says " and 6n".

Student

That^^^ is the problem I just made it bigger.

Qanda teacher - anku1911

If that's the case, you can mark option C as answer. Coz no other option matches with first inequality

In cases of compound inequalities, we need two inequalities to solve. But here, second one on solving give n> 7/11

But you don't have any option which matches this condition

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Question $4$ $12.5$ pts
Solve:
$-5n+7<57$ and $6n$
(Lesson $1-6C\right)$
$0s8-10:$
$○$ $n>-6$
$O$ $-10<n\leq -5$
$○$ $n<8$

10th-13th grade

Algebra

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Solve for x.
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