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I had this equivalent equation question from earlier and I'm not sure if I got the right answer.

1/4x > 1 (the > is underlined so it's greater than or equal to)

is it x > 4 or x > 1/4 or ??

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    do you have a calculator? divide 1 by 1/4 (or .25) and see...

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