Purvie read 4 books in the first half of March. By the end of March, the library had added Mile the top-readers board for reading more than 10 books in a month. Let x represent how many books Miles read in the second half of March. Which inequality describes the problem?​

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answer is 33

step-by-step explanation:

simplifying

5(x + -6) = 2(x + 3)

reorder the terms:

5(-6 + x) = 2(x + 3)

(-6 * 5 + x * 5) = 2(x + 3)

(-30 + 5x) = 2(x + 3)

reorder the terms:

-30 + 5x = 2(3 + x)

-30 + 5x = (3 * 2 + x * 2)

-30 + 5x = (6 + 2x)

solving

-30 + 5x = 6 + 2x

solving for variable 'x'.

move all terms containing x to the left, all other terms to the right.

add '-2x' to each side of the equation.

-30 + 5x + -2x = 6 + 2x + -2x

combine like terms: 5x + -2x = 3x

-30 + 3x = 6 + 2x + -2x

combine like terms: 2x + -2x = 0

-30 + 3x = 6 + 0

-30 + 3x = 6

add '30' to each side of the equation.

-30 + 30 + 3x = 6 + 30

combine like terms: -30 + 30 = 0

0 + 3x = 6 + 30

3x = 6 + 30

combine like terms: 6 + 30 = 36

3x = 36

divide each side by '3'.

x = 12

simplifying

x = 12

this should .

look at the picture.

y-intercept for the function on a picture is 4 → point (0, 4).

y-intercept for the function

y=-\dfrac{1}{2}x+8

is for x = 0. substitute:

y=-\dfrac{1}{2}(0)+8=0+8=8

y-intercept is 8 → point (0, 8).

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