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Choose the correct description of the graph of the inequality -4x < 20. Open circle on 5, shading to the left. Closed circle on 5, shading to the left. Open circle on -5, shading to the right. Closed circle on -5, shading to the right

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do you know how to solve -4x<20?
not really :/ 2 other people tried to explain it but they were very vague about it.
but im pretty sure it would be a closed circle.

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you don't have an equal sign, so it is not a close circle
how do you solve the inequality?
i honestly have no clue.
thanks to the other people im more confused then ever.
@precal helloo ??????
solve it just like an equation but since you are dividing by a negative number you must switch your sign. btw please do not use profanity

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