9 March, 19:34
Let m = 3.
Enter >, <, or = to compare the expressions.
9 March, 21:08
= because 4 times 3 minus 1 equals 11 and 5 times 3 minus 4 equals 11
9 March, 21:25
To figure it out you need to plug the 3 in for m and solve
First - plug 3 in for m:
4 (3) - 1? 5 (3) - 4
Second - Multiply:
Third - Subtract:
Fourth - Figure out what sign makes sense:
11 = 11
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» Let m = 3. Enter >, <, or = to compare the expressions. 4m-1? 5m-4