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Solve the inequality 6y + 5 > 8

Begin by taking the 5 over to the other side. In other wise take 5 away from both sides. This leaves you with 6y>3. Next divide both sides by 6. Hence the final answer will be y>3/6 which simplifies to y>1/2.

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