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Algebra 1A

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Hello, Is this correct?
3(x6)-4>2(x+4)-3(6+5)<8(7-3)=
Answer:
3(x+6)-4>2(x+4)=
3x+18-4>2x+8=
3x+14>2x+8=
3x-2x>8-14=x>-6
Thank you.

  • Algebra 1A - ,

    It makes no sense to me to have an equals sign folloing an inequality.

    Are you supposed to turn the inequality into another inequality that tells you whatnumber x is greater or less than?

    If 3(x+6)-4 > 2(x+4), then
    3x + 18 -4 > 2x + 8
    x + 14 > 8
    x > -6
    which agrees with your answer.

  • Algebra 1B - ,

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