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Homework Help: Math - Algebra

Posted by Momo on Monday, December 29, 2008 at 2:21pm.

Solve the inequality.

n-1/3n < n-4/3n-4

(it's actually less than or equal to)

My first instinct is to multiply 3n, but that'll just give me squares and makes it harder to solve. I also thought about getting a common denominator, but I'm not sure.

Thank you!

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