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Solve the inequality.
3(h+5)<-6(h-4)

The first part, I know it 3h+15 < -6h.

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add 6h to both sides.
subtract 15 from both sides.

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The part I don't understand is if you take -6 x -4, will the thing be
3h+15 < -6h - 24 or 3h+15 < -6h + 24.

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