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What happens to the inequality symbol when you do the following to each side of an inequality?
1. Subtract a negative number

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Damon
nothing happens
If you multiply or divide both sides by a negative number, the direction of the arrow must change.
eg:
3 < 4
3 < 4 NO
3 > 4
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