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I get it all done and it is wrong please help solve this thanks.

Solve the compound inequality.
4x-3/8<-6 or 4x-3/8>6

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    Do you mean
    4x-3/8<-6 or 4x-3/8>6
    or
    (4x-3)/8<-6 or (4x-3)/8>6 ?

    What did you get for your (wrong) answer?

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