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# Solve the inequality. Check your solutions. -5 ≤ 11 + 4j

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Given:

$-5\leq 11+4j$

We need to solve the inequality, which means that we need to $\textbf{isolate}$ the variable on one side of the equation.

We can solve an inequality by applying $\textit{inverse operations}$ to the equation, where subtraction is the inverse of addition and division is the inverse of multiplication.

Moreover, the inverse operation needs to be applied to $\textit{both sides}$ of the inequality.

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