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Solve the inequality

Mathematics
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may i have it plz
\[(m-4)/5>2\]
its an ineqaulity

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You solve it the same way you'd solve a normal equation. The only gotcha is that if you multiply/divide by a negative number the sign changes direction
m>14
multi choice answers are m>-10 m>6 M>14 m>30
well how did you solve that
multiply each term in the problem by 5 simplyfiy the left side by canceling common factors ...
multiply 2 by 5 since 4 doesnt have a letter move it to the right by adding 4 to both sides lastly add 10 to 4 to get 14
did that help
so basically i do this |dw:1357964639692:dw|
i multiplay 5 by 2 and then add the 4
yup
kooh thnx man
well no wait you get 10 m - 4 >10
so is the answer 10 are 14
14
okay i get it thnx
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