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OpenStudy (anonymous):

How do you solve this problem when you have to solve for x -3(x+1)-x/2+3/2<0

OpenStudy (anonymous):

same as before... try to do it on your own.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

x-3x-3-x/2+3/2<0 -5/2x<3/2 -x<3/5 x > -3/5

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Ok so how did you get the -5/2x

OpenStudy (anonymous):

x-3x is -2x and -2x- 0.5x is -2.5x and 2.5 is 5/2 so -5/2x

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