Solve Posted on December 29, 2012 by benemilymusic 6 14x-7i>7(2x-3u) Advertisements Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related

Its a maths equation, on your GCSE paper it would have said: Simplify the following equation to express i in terms of u (show your working): 14x-7i>7(2x-3u) Reply

I did intermediate maths. Ours was more ‘how many sides does a SQUARE have?’ ðŸ˜‰ Can you do it? Reply

14x-7i>7(2x-3u) (4 marks) Divide through by 7 2x-i>2x-3u (1) 2x on each side cancels -i>-3u (1) Reverse sides to express i in positive terms i<3u (1) (ans 1) ðŸ™‚ Reply

Cant even work out what the question is…. ?

Its a maths equation, on your GCSE paper it would have said:

Simplify the following equation to express i in terms of u (show your working):

14x-7i>7(2x-3u)

I did intermediate maths. Ours was more ‘how many sides does a SQUARE have?’ ðŸ˜‰

Can you do it?

14x-7i>7(2x-3u) (4 marks)

Divide through by 7

2x-i>2x-3u (1)

2x on each side cancels

-i>-3u (1)

Reverse sides to express i in positive terms

i<3u (1) (ans 1)

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