How do you solve and graph #3b+2<5b6<=2b+9#?
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To solve and graph the inequality 3b + 2 < 5b  6 ≤ 2b + 9:

Subtract 2b from both sides of the second inequality to isolate the variable term: 5b  2b  6 ≤ 9

Simplify both sides: 3b  6 ≤ 9

Add 6 to both sides to isolate the variable term: 3b ≤ 15

Divide both sides by 3 to solve for b: b ≤ 5
So, the solution to the inequality is: b ≤ 5
To graph the solution on a number line, plot a closed circle at 5 (since it includes the value 5) and shade to the left to represent all values less than or equal to 5.
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