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Solve the inequality-
a/3>4

-2n<10

p/(-2)<-5

Trreat the inequality sign just like the = sign in an equation.

a/3>4

a/3 * 3> 4 * 3

a>12

Do similar processes with the other inqualities.

I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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