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I need help with this math problem.

1-5t/4 is greater than or equal to 6

If the problem is 1 - 5t/4 >= 6, then multiply by 4.

The result of that is 4 - 5y >= 24.

Subtracting 4 from both sides gives -5y >= 20.

Dividing by a negative reverses the sign.

Dividing by -5 gives y >= -4.

If the problem is meant to be (1-5t)/4 >= 6, the answer would be different

but found with similar results.

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