# How do you solve and graph #-t/5+7> -4#?

##### 2 Answers

See a solution process below:

#### Explanation:

To solve, first, subtract

Now, multiply each side of the inequality by

To graph this we draw a vertical line at

The line will be dashed because the inequality operator DOES NOT contain an **"or equal to"**clause.

We will shade to the left of the line because the operator is a **"less"** inequality:

graph{x<55 [-80, 80, -40, 40]}

#### Explanation:

Solve and graph:

Subtract

Simplify.

Multiple both sides by

Multiply both sides by

Number line

Since this is an equality only, a circle is drawn around the number

Graph

The graph is a dashed vertical line at

graph{x<55 [30.91, 66.94, -7.58, 10.44]}