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can someone check my answer please?
solve using multiplication principle.
4x>1/11
The way I solved it was dividing both sides by 1/4 to isolate x then I simplified left side which is 1/44 simplifying it to 1/11 is this correct or did I miss a step somewhere?

You multiplied by 1/4, I presume:
4x>1/11
4x ( 1/4) > 1/11 ( 1/4)
x > 1/44.
That's what I get, too!
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