# How do you solve and graph 2(n-4)<=6?

Oct 5, 2016

$n \setminus \le q 7$

#### Explanation:

You simply need to:

• Expand the left hand side, to get $2 n - 8 \setminus \le q 6$
• Add $8$ to both sides: $2 n - 8 + 8 \setminus \le q 6 + 8$, which leads to $2 n \setminus \le q 14$
• Divide both sides by $2$, to have $n \setminus \le q 7$

Since this is a one dimensional problem, you can graph it by drawing a number line, and considering all the numbers before $7$ on that line