# How do you solve 2<= -1+m?

Mar 20, 2017

See the entire solution process below:

#### Explanation:

First, add $\textcolor{red}{1}$ to each side of the inequality to isolate and solve for the $m$ term while keeping the inequality balanced:

$\textcolor{red}{1} + 2 \le \textcolor{red}{1} - 1 + m$

$3 \le 0 + m$

$3 \le m$

To put this solution in terms of $m$ we need to reverse or "flip" the inequality:

$m \ge 3$