How do you solve #10 >29 - 3b#?

1 Answer
Jun 22, 2016

Answer:

#19/3 < b# or #6 1/3 < b#

Explanation:

To solve #10>29-3b#

Begin by isolating the term with the variable by additive inverse

#10-29>cancel(29) cancel(-29)-3b#

#-19>(-3b)#

Isolate the variable by multiplicative inverse

#-19/-3 > (cancel(-3)b)/cancel(-3)#

When you divide by the negative you must flip the inequality sign

#19/3 < b# or #6 1/3 < b#