algebra/inequalities
posted by lauren .
Damon,
Thanks for the help. Let me see if I get it now. So,
2x < 4
divide both sides by 2
answer is x > 2
I had x < 2, but I reverse the sign since I divided by a 2 on both sides, correct?

algebra/inequalities 
bobpursley
correct on all counts
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