# I am doing a scavenger hunt assigned by my sixth grade teacher and the beginning problem is 7<t please help me with the order of operations for this problem

## I am 11 in sixth grade at kromery I need help with same question to

## Sure! To solve the inequality 7 < t, you need to understand the order of operations. The order of operations, also known as PEMDAS, stands for Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division (from left to right), and Addition and Subtraction (from left to right).

In this case, we don't have any parentheses, exponents, multiplication, or division. We only have a comparison inequality between 7 and t.

The inequality 7 < t reads "7 is less than t." To find the solution, you need to isolate the variable t.

Since there are no operations to perform on the numbers 7 and t, we can directly identify the solution. The solution is any value of t that is greater than 7. Therefore, you can write the solution as:

t > 7

This means that any value of t which is greater than 7 will satisfy the inequality. For example, t = 8, t = 10, or t = 100, are all valid solutions.

So, the answer to the question is: t > 7, which means t is greater than 7.