Algebra- is my answer right

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Solve the following inequality.
(x-4)/(-x+2)>0

Write your answer using interval notation.
x<2 or x>4

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  • Algebra- is my answer right -

    The answer is
    2 < x < 4

    I don't know how to solve this.
    I have tried various web sites for help.

    I used an online calculator for the answer but the calculator does not have the steps to solve.

    I've been trying this since you posted yesterday.

    Hoping a math tutor answers.

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