Algebra (repost)

Can you help me on this problem as well? (or anyone.)

Solve each inequality and check your solution.

h
- > -7
4

(bumping)

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1. Is that h divided by 4 greater than negative 7.

h/4>-7 = h>-7*4

h>-28

don't need to change the inequality sign unless dividing or multiplying be a negative number

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posted by Do
2. nevermind sorry for waste of space lol

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