inequalities
posted by Janelle .
I am absolutely stuck on this inequality. It is: 2(3x5)>2x+6.
I'm not quite sure how to solve it.

Bring all the variables on one side, and the constants on the other side.
2(3x5)>2x+6
6x10>2x+6
4x10>6
4x>16
x>4
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