# How do you solve #-1/6n<=-18#?

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To solve the inequality (-\frac{1}{6}n \leq -18), you would:

- Multiply both sides of the inequality by (-6) to isolate (n).
- When multiplying or dividing an inequality by a negative number, remember to flip the direction of the inequality sign.

[ -\frac{1}{6}n \times (-6) \geq -18 \times (-6) ]

[ n \geq 108 ]

So, the solution to the inequality is ( n \geq 108 ).

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