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WILL FAN AND MEDAL!!! Translate the following sentence into an inequality and solve for the variable: Two less than the quotient of a number and four is less than six.

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  1. anonymous
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    medal and fan for the best explanation

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    |dw:1439486904520:dw|

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    how do u solve it though

  4. anonymous
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    i already have the equation

  5. anonymous
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    add 2 to both sides first to get n/4 by itself. then multiply both sides by 4 to get n by itself

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    |dw:1439487258706:dw|

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    how do u get rid of the fraction

  8. anonymous
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    multiply by 4 to cancel the denominator, but add the 2s first so you don't have to worry about distribution

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    i did that tho

  10. anonymous
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    ok. what do you have?

  11. anonymous
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    x<32 is that correct?

  12. anonymous
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    yes

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