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how do i solve 3x + 2 < 14

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bring the two over so it 14 -2 which is 12 the divide by 3 and x is 4
3x+2<14 3x=14-2 3x=12 x=12/3 x=<4
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I have one more similar but subtraction 5x - 6 >100
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Please show me how u got x>106/5 DAVIDFF i have to show my work
just do the same again so 100 + 6 then divide it by 5
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Samnatha so x > 20 or -20
well on my calculator its 21.2 but if you want to round it off to 21 then its that
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