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10 January, 13:44

Which is a correct first step in solving the inequality - 4 (2x - 1) > 5-3x?

Distribute - 4 to get-8x + 4 >5-3x.

Distribute - 4 to get-Bx-1 > 5-3x.

Subtract 2x from both sides of the inequality.

Add 1 to both sides of the inequality.

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  1. 10 January, 15:18
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    Answer:-4 (2x - 1) > 5 - 3x

    solution:

    -4 (2x) - 4 (-1) > 5 - 3x Distribute - 4 to get - 8x + 4 > 5 - 3x

    -8x + 4 > 5 - 3x

    +3x + 3x

    -5x + 4 > 5

    - 4 - 4

    -5x > 1

    : - 5 : - 5

    x < - 1/5
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