Posted by **jasort20** on Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 7:41pm.

is this correct

solve and graph the solution set

3(x-4) > 7x-9

my steps

3x-12 > 7x-9

3x-7x > -9+12

-4x > 3

(-4x)/(-4) > (3)/(-4)

x< -(3)/(4)

how do i graph it also

well, everything to the left of -.75 is x.

so then am i correct or completely wrong...

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