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What are the solutions of the inequality? Graph the solutions. b – 4 > 4
A. b >0
B. b > 8
C. b > –8
D. b **Weegy:** b – 4 > 4
Adding 4 to both sides gives:
b > 8 (B). (More)

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Check the solutions. 4x + 6 –3
C. x > –6
D. x **Weegy:** A (More)

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What are the solutions of the inequality? Check the solutions. 4x + 6 –3
C. x > –6
D. x **Weegy:** C. x > –6 (More)

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4x + 6 < –6;

4x < -6 - 6;

4x < -12;

x < -12/4;

x < -3

4x < -6 - 6;

4x < -12;

x < -12/4;

x < -3

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The French Club is sponsoring a bake sale. If their goal is to raise at least $140, how many pastries must they sell at $3.50 each in order to meet that goal? Write and solve an inequality.
A. 3.50p140; p490
B. 140p3.50; p40
C. 3.50p140; p136.5
D. 3.50p140; p40 **Weegy:** The answer is letter D. 3.50p140; p40 (More)

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How do you write the set in roster form? In set builder notation? Suppose U = {–10, –6, –2, 0, 3, 5} is the universal set and T is the set {–10, –6, 0}. What is the complement of set T?
A. {–2, 3, 5}
B. {–10, –6, 0}
C. {–6, –2, 0, 3, 5}
D. {0, 3, 5} **Weegy:** C. {–6, –2, 0, 3, 5} (More)

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