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solve the inequality, if possible.
-2x-<-2x-1 2n>n+n

then tell what type of equation it is. it is either x># (or a variation of this),
all real numbers, or no solution.

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    -2x-<-2x-1
    -< is not defined.

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    im sorry, i do not understand.

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    Is that supposed to say
    -2x ≤ -2x - 1 ?
    what does 2n > n+n supposed to mean?
    There was no n in your inequation.
    I would end up with 2n > 2n
    or 0 > 0 , which is false.

    If it says: -2x ≤ -2x - 1
    then 0 < -1 which is false
    So there is no solution.

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