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1. User Answers iwillanswer
The inequalities that require flipping the sign are:
5x  10 > 5
[tex]\frac{x}{7} + 3 \leq 4[/tex]
Solution:
Let us the inequalities one by one
You can perform on operations on both sides of inequality, and have its truth value unchanged
But if we multiply or divide by a negative number , we must flip the sign
option 1)
5x  10 > 5
Move 10 from L.H.S to R.H.S
5x > 5 + 10
5x > 15
Divide the above expression by 5
[tex]x > 3[/tex]
Divide the above inequality by 1, so we must flip the sign
x < 3
option 2)
[tex]7x  5 \leq 16[/tex]
Move the constant term from L.H.S to R.H.S
[tex]7x \leq 16 + 5\\\\7x \leq 21\\\\[/tex]
Divide the above inequality by 7
[tex]x \leq 3[/tex]
This does not required flipping the symbol
option 3
[tex]\frac{x}{5}  6 > 11[/tex]
Move the constant term from L.H.S to R.H.S
[tex]\frac{x}{5} > 11 + 6\\\\\frac{x}{5} > 5[/tex]
Multiply both the sides by 5
[tex]x > 25[/tex]
This does not required flipping the symbol
option 4
[tex]x + 12 \leq 29[/tex]
Move the constant term from L.H.S to R.H.S
[tex]x \leq 29  12\\\\x \leq 17[/tex]
This does not required flipping the symbol
option 5
[tex]\frac{x}{7} + 3 \leq 4[/tex]
Move the constant term from L.H.S to R.H.S
[tex]\frac{x}{7} \leq 43\\\\\frac{x}{7} \leq 1\\\\[/tex]
Multiply both the sides by 7, so we must flip the sign
[tex]x \geq 7[/tex]
Thus this requires flipping the sign

2. User Answers tunerrcarz
Answer: 5x  10 > 5
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