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3(2y-7)->4(3y+4)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

can anyone help me?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Is this your equation?: \[{3}(2y-7) {>} {4}(3y+4)\] If so distribute (mulitply) through the parenthesis and then simplify. Remember treat inequalities just like an equal sign, except if you divide by a negative number on both signs you need to flip the direction of the inequality \[-2y < 6 --> y>-3\]

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