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First correct answer gets best marks

[tex]First correct answer gets best marks [/tex]

b > 3 2/15

Step-by-step explanation:

To make it easier to solve convert the mixed fraction to a fraction.

2 3/5 = 13/5

Now, multiply the fraction by 3/3 so that you will have a common denominator.

13/5 × 3/3 = 39/15

Now you solve for b.

39/15 < b - 8/15

39/15 + 8/15 < (b - 8/15) + 8/15

47/15 < b

b > 47/15

Convert the fraction to a mixed fraction to find the answer

47/15 = 3 2/15

b > 3 2/15

Hope this helps 🙂

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[tex]First correct answer gets best marks [/tex]

see below

Step-by-step explanation:

-3.55 g≤ -28.4

Divide each side by -3.55, remembering to flip the inequality

-3.55 g/-3.55≥ -28.4/-3.55

g≥8

Closed circle at 8 and the line goes to the right

[tex]First correct answer gets best marks and it doesn't have to be long just a quick answer that's it [/tex]

E is the answer to your question

the answer would be x is less than 6.

Step-by-step explanation:

the reason why it would not be x is less than or equal to 6 is that the circle is not filled in.

[tex]\boxed{x \leq 5}[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

[tex]\sf Arrow \ pointing \ to \ the \ left \ on \ a \ number \ line \ means \ that[/tex]

[tex]\sf \ the \ value \ is \ either \ less \ than \ or \ less \ than \ or \ equal \ to.[/tex]

[tex]\sf{Graph}[/tex][tex]x\leq 5[/tex][tex]\sf{on \ the \ number \ line.}[/tex]

[tex]First correct answer gets best marks [/tex]

B

Step-by-step explanation:

x≤6

We can see from the graph that it starts from 6 and goes to 5, 4, 3, 2.

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option three

Step-by-step explanation:

its closed circle

on 6

and pointing left

x ≤5

Step-by-step explanation:

Pointing to the left means less than or less than or equal to

x ≤5

[tex]First correct answer gets best marks [/tex]

I think it's Theme. Theme is generally considered to be the "central idea" of a play.