slayer8001
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Solve 4(x - 3) - 2(x - 1) > 0. {x | x < -5} {x | x > -5} {x | x > 5} {x | x < 5}
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anonymous
  • anonymous
distribute the 4 and 2. I posted on your last question

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slayer8001
  • slayer8001
4x-12-2x-1>0
anonymous
  • anonymous
the -1 is supposed to be positive 2 4x-12-2x+2>0 then combine like terms 2x - 10 > 0 now solve for x
slayer8001
  • slayer8001
so is it {x | x < 5}?
anonymous
  • anonymous
x > 5. Only flip the sign if you DIVIDE or MULTIPLY by a negative number
slayer8001
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ok

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