algebra check + help please?
posted by Allyson
How do I solve this?
90>( with an line under that sign) 4T
I think you flip the sign or something? I'm not really sure..
Could someone please help?

drwls
If you divide or multiply both sides of an inequality by a positive number, you do not flip the direction of the sign.
In your case, divide both sides by 4 and you get
22.5 > T
which can also be written
T < 22.5
(I left out the underline because I am too lazy to look up how to type it with ALT+ keys). 
Allyson
Thank you.. do you happen to know how I would graph this?
on a numberline? 
drwls
Only the parts of the line to the left of 22.5 are solutions. Maybe they want you to show a heavier line there; I don't know the recommended graphical rules in your case.
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