How do you solve #3( 2x - 4) > 3x + 3#?

2 Answers
Mar 21, 2018

Answer:

#x > 5#

Explanation:

Expand both sides before solving. So the inequality becomes

#6x-12> 3x +3#

Move the numerical terms to the right-hand side and the #x#'s to the other side. So we would get:

#3x>15#

Then divide both sides by #3# to get #x#. The answer would be

#x> 5#

Mar 21, 2018

Answer:

x>5

Explanation:

Treat greater than as an equals
#=6x-12>3x+3#
#2x-4>x+1#
#x>5#