# algebra

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7/11 - 2x < 3/10; {1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6}

Rearrange the inequality to get
7/11 < 3/10 +2x
subtract 3/10 from both sides
7/11 - 3/10 < 2x
divide by both sides 2
(1/2)(7/11 - 3/10) < x
Can you finish it out?

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