Algebra Linear Inequalities Help

Select among the following the two operations that will not change the direction of an inequality.(1 point)
A negative number is added to both sides of an inequality.
A negative number is subtracted from both sides of an inequality.
A negative number is multiplied to both sides of an inequality.
A negative number is divided from both sides of an inequality.
The sign of every term on both sides of the inequality are changed to its opposite.

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  1. You ONLY change the arrow direction if you multiply (including divide which is just another way of saying multiply) both sides by a negative quantity ! The last choice is exactly the same as the two above it.

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