Question

# Solve-4(3x-1) +6x≥16 and graph the solution.

Hint:

### Linear inequalities are expressions where any two values are compared by the inequality symbols <,>,≤&≥.

We are asked to solve the inequality and graph the solution.

## The correct answer is: -2≥x

### step 1 of 2:

Rearrange and solve the inequality:

Step 2 of 2:

Graph the inequality corresponding to the solution,

We use the complete line since we include the end point.

Whenever we have an inequality that has the symbol <= or >=, we use a complete line to graph the solution.

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Note:

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