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2x + 3 < 1 How do you write this out?

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    x > -1

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    I got that part, but how do you write it out ?

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    Just like that?? What do you mean by "write it out?"

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    Showing how I came up with that answer...

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    Algebra. subtract 3 from both sides to get 2x < -2. Then divide both sides by two, and since you divided, switch the symbol around, so its x > -1.

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