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Posted by **B6** on Friday, December 28, 2012 at 3:12pm.

3/4x>1/4x+8

I did -1/4 x to each side to get

2/4x>8

4/1*2/4x>8/1*4/12/2x>8/1*4/1

x>16

The question uses> with the line under it, making it greater than or equal to but my computer won't allow me to underline the> sign.

I believe I did this correctly but just wanted to double check it.

Thanks B

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**Henry**, Friday, December 28, 2012 at 4:23pm3x/4 >= x/4+8.

Multiply both sides by 4:

3x >= x+32

2x >= 32

X >= 16.

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