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solve using the addition and multiplication principles. 3+5x<8

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  1. 3rd_egg
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    5x<5 //-3 x<1 // divide by 5

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    5x<8-3 5x<5 x<1

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    (-infinity,1)

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    Start by isolating the x term (move the 3 to the other side using subtraction).

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    Or, just copy what these guys said.. ;p

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