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5< x-2/6 <6

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    Do you mean x - 2 divided by 6 or x -2/6

    I think you probably mean (x-2/6

    If that is correct, then multiply each part by 6 and then add 2 to each part.

    That will leave x in the middle.

    I call these the "sandwich problem" because x is sandwiched betweent the lower and upper numbers.

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