How do you graph and solve #-5<1/4 (x-4) -2(4-x) #?

1 Answer
May 1, 2017

Answer:

the first step when solving inequalities (1 of the methods, not exclusive) is to move everything over to 1 side

Explanation:

# 5 + (x-4)/4 - 2(4-x) > 0#

Multiply by 4 to get rid of the denominator

# 20 + (x-4) -32 + 8x > 0#
# 9x - 16 > 0#
# 9x > 16#
from here, you would be able to get a linear graph. The answer should be where x > #16/9#