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Which one of the following could be the graph of 3-6 4 2 2

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Which one of the following (Attached) could be the graph of 3-6x ≤ \(\frac{4x+2}{-2}\)?

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Hi..
\(3-6x\)≤ \(\frac{4x+2}{-2}\)....
3-6x≤ -2x-1
3+1≤6x-2x
1≤ x..
Only D fits in..

OR..

Find if equation fits in are x=0.... It doesn't.. B and E can be eliminated
Next try x =-1... Equation again doesn't fits.. A and C can be eliminated
Ans D
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Which one of the following (Attached) could be the graph of 3-6x ≤ \(\frac{4x+2}{-2}\)?

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B
C
D
E

3-6x ≤ \(\frac{4x+2}{-2}\)

Multiply by -2, reverse inequality sign:

-2(3 - 6x) \(\geq\) 4x + 2
-6 + 12x \(\geq\) 4x + 2
8x \(\geq\) 8
x \(\geq\) 1

Only graph D satisfies.

ANSWER D

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