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solve the inequality -3x+4=
Weegy: X stands for the number that -3 will be multiplyed by to get 6. As we both should know, to get a positive number out a negative, you have to multiply TWO negatives together to get a positive. so what will give you 6 when multiplyed by 3? -3(x)= 6. [ we know that 3 times 2 will give us 6. So, in order to make a positive six we will multiply -3(-2) which will give us 6. ] User: solve the ineqaulity -3x+4=Weegy: X stands for the number that -3 will be multiplyed by to get 6. As we both should know, to get a positive number out a negative, you have to multiply TWO negatives together to get a positive. so what will give you 6 when multiplyed by 3? -3(x)= 6. [ we know that 3 times 2 will give us 6. So, in order to make a positive six we will multiply -3(-2) which will give us 6. ] User: describe a real world scenario that could be represented by the inequality 4x+2y>=40 Weegy: Josh was tinking about the test he had taken in school. He knew he almost aced the short answer questions but he may have gotten one fill in the blank question wrong . On the test the 4 fill in the blank questions were worth at least 2 points each. [ The 2 fill in the blank questions were 17 points each. Therefore Josh can conclude that he recieved AT LEAST 40 points on the test. This is because there were more questions on the test. hope this helps btw it might not work (depending on your grade level) because the points on the test are finite. So you can say its greater than or = to 40 , but you might have to say its less then some other number (that number being the maximum number of points you could get on the test) Source(s): i go to school ] (More)
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The decision of the U.S. Supreme Court on a constitutional issue is (3 points) considered null and void unless the state governments must amend their laws. unofficial until the legislative branch has an opportunity to edit the related law. final unless overturned by a constitutional amendment or new court decision. subject to a review by either the executive branch or the legislative branch.
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The decision of the U.S. Supreme Court on a constitutional issue is final unless overturned by a constitutional amendment or new court decision.
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The decision of the U.S. Supreme Court on a constitutional issue is (3 points) considered null and void unless the state governments must amend their laws. unofficial until the legislative branch has an opportunity to edit the related law. final unless overturned by a constitutional amendment or new court decision. subject to a review by either the executive branch or the legislative branch.
Weegy: Judicial review in the United States refers to the power of a court to review the constitutionality of a statute or treaty, or to review an administrative regulation for consistency with either a statute, a treaty, [ or the Constitution itself. The United States Constitution does not explicitly establish the power of judicial review. Rather, the power of judicial review has been inferred from the structure, provisions, and history of the Constitution.[1] The Supreme Court's landmark decision on the issue of judicial review was Marbury v. Madison (1803),[2] in which the Supreme Court ruled that the federal courts have the duty to review the constitutionality of acts of Congress and to declare them void when they are contrary to the Constitution. Marbury, written by Chief Justice John Marshall, was the first Supreme Court case to strike down an act of Congress as unconstitutional. Since that time, the federal courts have exercised the power of judicial review. Judicial review is now a well settled doctrine. As of 2010, the United States Supreme Court had held unconstitutional some 163 Acts of the U.S. Congress. ] (More)
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