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solve the compound inequality

4>-2x+3 or 12<-2x+5

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    first solve each like they have an equal sign:
    4>-2x+3
    -3 -3
    1>-2x
    -1/2<x (when you divide by a negative # in an inequality, you change a less than to a greater than or visa-versa)

    12<-2x+5
    -5 -5
    7<-2x
    -7/2>x (same thing)

    hope that helped

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