# How do you graph and solve #2-x<=3-(5x-4)#?

##### 1 Answer

#### Answer:

The given inequality

can be simplified to

#### Explanation:

**How do we graph and solve #color(red)(2-x<=3-(5x-4)# ? **

We will try to simplify the inequality first before graphing:

Remove the parenthesis:

Combining like terms and simplifying:

Add

Rearrange the terms and simplify:

Subtract

Divide both sides of the inequality by

This is our simplified inequality.

We can graph this inequality as shown below:

The **solid line** in the graph indicates the value

Hope it helps.