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math problem: e/8 - 10 <= (equal to or less than) -2e/6 - 8

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I would just use a regular calculator. e  Is a number like  \pi
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This is a pretty weird problem

If this e is just Euler's number, then there's **nothing to solve**, the inequality is either true or it isn't

If this e is a variable, then you can solve for an **interval**, not a singular number. Because it's an inequality, there are almost always infinite solutions

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