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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceHomework Help · 8 years ago

solve this inequality 6x - 3 < 7 + 4x?

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  • Linda
    Lv 5
    8 years ago
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    Subtract 4x from both sides to get rid of the 4x on the right. You end up with:

    2x-3<7

    Add three to both sides to get rid of the 3 on the left. You end up with:

    2x<10

    Divide by two on both sides to isolate the variable. You end up with:

    x<5, which is your answer. Hope I helped! :)

  • 8 years ago

    6x-3<7+4x

    2x-3<7

    2x<10

    x<10/2

    x<5

    believe thats right.

    Oh and when you divide both sides by a negative number (which u didnt) the inequality sign turns around

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    6x-3<7+4x

    -4x -4x

    2x-3<7

    +3+3

    2x<10

    Divide each side by 2

    X<5

    (Hard to show steps on computer it gets messed up)

    Source(s): In algebra
  • 8 years ago

    X<5

    move all your variables to one side and your constants to the other which leaves u with 2x<10 then solve by dividing 10 by 2 which gives u 5

    Therefore x<5

    Source(s): Superbrain
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