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When you're working with inequalities it's the same as you are doing with a regular equation just with a few added rules, suck as if you multiply or divide by a negative your inequality sign flips.
So to get x on it's own, use regular algebra, basically use the opposite operation of what already exists and what you do to one side you must also do to the other!
|dw:1437389939252:dw| so like this, now finish it off with what I told you above.
So i add the a?
no we want x to be by itself.
if we're solving for x... that variable has to be alone by itself.
Notice how the -a is "attached" to the x, so it's being multiplied, as I told you above, do the opposite operation of what already exists to both sides.
what's the opposite of multiplication?
Divide So it would be x < -2b+8/-a
yes because we have to divide everything by -a . On top of that we have a negative sign so we have to switch the inequality symbol from > to <
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