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Problem 39 Hard Difficulty

Solve each inequality. Then graph the solution on a number line.
$$-2 y+3<9$$




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to solve this. We're start with what we're given, which is negative. Two plus three. Less than none. To solve this, we're gonna subtract three from both sides. Now we want to divide by negativity. Now, since we're dividing by a negative number, that means that we're going to flip that inequality sign around. Six of out of a negative two is negative. Three on the number long. We would be negative three, since it's greater than that's an open circle and we're going to go to the right.

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