# How do you solve # -6/7y - 6>=42#?

y ≥-56

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To solve the inequality -6/7y - 6 >= 42:

- Add 6 to both sides of the inequality.
- Multiply both sides by -7/6 to isolate y.
- Remember to reverse the inequality sign when multiplying or dividing by a negative number.
- Simplify the inequality to find the solution for y.

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