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How do you solve for X when you have 2x+5/2>3/2x-2

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2x-3/2x>-2-5/2 1/2x>-4.5 x>-9
separate variable on one side and constant on the other, then just divide or multiply to get just one X
So pretty much you just get the X's on the side right?

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exactly, but beware of multipliing equation by -1, cause it turns the > into <
on the same side
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