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For each inequation given below represent the solution on a number line : \frac { 5 }{ 2 } – 2x ≥ \frac { 1 }{ 2 } ; x ∈ W
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Class VIII Maths
linear inequations (including number lines)
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Solve \frac { 2 }{ 3 } (x – 1) + 4 < 10 and represent its solution on a number line.
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21 minutes
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Class VIII Maths
linear inequations (including number lines)
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Solve: (2x + 3)/5 > (4x – 1)/2, x ∈ W
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ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear inequations (including number lines)
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Solve: 15 – 2(2x – 1) < 15, x ∈ Z.
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Class VIII Maths
linear inequations (including number lines)
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Solve: 4x – 5 > 10 – x, x ∈ {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7}
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1 day
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Class VIII Maths
linear inequations (including number lines)
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Solve : -3 + x < 2, x ∈ N
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1 day
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear inequations (including number lines)
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The sum of two numbers is 405 and their ratio is 8 : 7.
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1 day
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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The sum of two numbers is 4500.
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1 day
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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A man sold an article for 7396 and gained 10% on it.
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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A man is 42 years old and his son is 12 years old.
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2 days
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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A man’s age is three times that of his son and in twelve years he will be twice as old as his son would be.
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2 days
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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1
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The sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 57.
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2 days
ago
in
Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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A rectangle’s length is 5 cm less than twice its width.
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2 days
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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The length of a rectangle is twice its width.
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2 days
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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Solve the following equations: 1/(x – 1) + 2/(x – 2) = 3/(x – 3)
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2 days
ago
in
Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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Solve the following equations: 3x/(x + 6) – x(x + 5) = 2
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2 days
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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Solve the following equations: (x – 1) (x + 6) – (x – 2) (x – 3) = 3
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2 days
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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Solve the following equations: (x – 5)2 – (x + 2)2 = -2
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2 days
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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Solve the following equations : (x – 5) (x + 3) = (x – 7) (x + 4)
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2 days
ago
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Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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Solve the following equations: 3a – (1/5) = (a/5) + 5. 2/5
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3 days
ago
in
Class VIII Maths
linear equations in one variable (with problems based on linear equations)
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