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Which inequality describes all the solutions to 5(3 − x) < −2x + 6?

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Given:

The inequality is

5(3-x)

To find:

The inequality that solution describes all the solutions to the given inequality.

Solution:

We have,

5(3-x)

Using distributive property, we get

5(3)+5(-x)

15-5x

15-6

9

Divide both sides by 3.

\dfrac{9}{3}

3

It can be written as

x>3

Therefore, the value of x is greater than 3. So, the required inequality is either x>3 or 3.

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Jarret Kilback
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