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16 C -_ 15 5 27 D -_ 5 Read the Test Item You are asked to find the value of 3n - 3. Your first thought might be to find the value of n and then evaluate the expression using this value. Notice that you are not required to find the value of n. Instead, you can use the Addition Property of Equality. Solve the Test Item 9 3n - 8 = _ 5 Original equation 9 3n - 8 + 5 = _ + 5 Add 5 to each side. 5 34 3n - 3 = _ 5 25 _ 34 _9 + 5 = _9 + _ or 5 5 5 5 The answer is A. 8 7. If 5y + 2 = _ , what is the value of 5y - 6?

If a < b, then a - c < b - c. 2 > -7 Example 2 - 8 > -7 - 8 -6 > -15 These properties are also true for ≤, ≥, and ≠. These properties can be used to solve inequalities. The solution sets of inequalities in one variable can then be graphed on number lines. Graph using a circle with an arrow to the left for < and an arrow to the right for >. Graph using a dot with an arrow to the left for ≤ and an arrow to the right for ≥. Lesson 1-5 Solving Inequalities 33 EXAMPLE Solve an Inequality Using Addition or Subtraction Solve 7x - 5 > 6x + 4.